Deal: Google WiFi Router For $99, 3-Pack For $249 - 11/24/17

Google isn't sitting idly while other manufacturers are treating their electronics to deep Black Friday discounts, with the tech giant just slashing the price of its Google WiFi router by $30, offering it for just $99. Additionally, the $300 Google WiFi three-pack that already provides you with more bang for your back is now even cheaper, being priced at $249 for a limited time. The bundle is also eligible for an additional $50 discount if you pay for it with the Amazon Rewards Visa card, though even this current price makes it well worth the money.

In case you're out of the loop on the Google WiFi, this mesh-capable device is meant to be a replacement for your traditional router and have you experience a wireless renaissance once you realize that video buffering and dead zones in your house can be a thing of the past. The Google WiFi was specifically designed to be compatible with services offered by all major broadband providers in the country so you shouldn't have any issues taking maximum advantage of it regardless of where in the United States you're located. The device is capable of automatically switching between bands and channels that are best suited for any connected client and will vary its choices in real time. One Google-made router can cover approximately 1,500 square feet, so you'll probably need at least three if you happen to live in a medieval castle but should otherwise be good with a single unit. Of course, less you decide to gift some of these useful gadgets over the holidays.

In overall, the Google WiFi is a widely acclaimed offering and deservedly so, having previously started its international expansion while gaining praise wherever it ended up. With this device traditionally being one of Amazon's best-sellers and no specific expiry date being attached to the newly introduced discounts, you're advised to take advantage of Google's latest deal sooner rather than later.

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