Google Wifi review: The easiest, cheapest way to fix bad Wi-Fi

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I think we can all agree that Wi-Fi routers aren’t sexy devices. Nobody really gets excited over a router, unless maybe if you work in IT. 

And yet, Wi-Fi routers are kind of the rage right now. You see, we all want fast and reliable Wi-Fi in every corner of our home. But networking gear is mostly “meh,” with ugly and cumbersome hardware and sub-par software, often using dated web-based interfaces that might as well require a computer science degree to figure out. 

Google’s OnHub router, which debuted last year, was a good step towards improving Wi-Fi at home, but at $200 it was still too pricey and didn’t really fix bad Wi-Fi in large, multi-room homes. Read more…

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