Google Wifi Whole Home System Twin Pack

Google WiFi AC1200 Mesh Wireless Router, 2-Pack, 1200Mbps, 2.4/5GHz, a/b/g/n/ac, 2x GbE, Bluetoth App Controlled

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Product Overview You Are So Well Connected. Say Hello to Google WiFi

2 Unit Pack Ideal for Medium Homes - Expandable

A New Approach to Home Wi-Fi
Enjoy Wi-Fi throughout your home, on your devices. Google Wifi is a home Wi-Fi solution that works with your modem and Internet Provider, so you can stream, download and share without missing a beat.

Smart and Simple
It’s what you love about Google brought to home Wi-Fi. We’ve re-thought everything about routers for an experience that's reliable, flexible and handles your devices and online activities effortlessly.

• Built-in smarts keep your network strong.
• Simple from setup to control and beyond.
• Security that automatically updates itself.

How Many WiFi Points Do You Need?
Google WiFi has you covered, no matter what the shape or size of your home.

• One Point: Small home or apartment - Up to 85 square metres.
• Two Points: Medium home - 85-170 square metres.

Family-Friendly Controls
Schedule a regular Wi-Fi pause on your kids' devices, like at bedtime or dinnertime. Plus, block access to millions of explicit websites.

Simple Network Control
The Google WiFi app lets you see what’s connected, run a speedtest, quickly troubleshoot, set up a guest network and more.

How it Works

A New Type of Wi-Fi Technology
Google Wifi replaces your router with multiple points, giving you a new Wi-Fi experience.

• Coverage Throughout Your Home: Because WiFi points connect seamlessly to each other, you can add as many as you need without affecting your Wi-Fi speed.
• Wi-Fi Where You Need It: Each WiFi point acts as a router, producing a high-fidelity signal for optimal device connection.
• One Network for All Your Devices: Google WiFi uses 'mesh' technology to create a single Wi-Fi network, to help you stay seamlessly connected as you move from room to room.

We Do the Hard Work, So You Don’t Have to
Google WiFi’s Network Assist takes care of things behind the scenes, so you can enjoy the Wi-Fi without fiddling with your router.

• Always connects you to the fastest WiFi point.
• Places you on the least congested channel.
• Uses the fastest band for your devices.

A Wi-Fi Evolution
The way we use Wi-Fi has changed. We have more devices that need strong Wi-Fi in more parts of our home — and Google WiFi delivers just that. You’ll still need service from your ISP, as well as a modem. From there, Google WiFi handles the rest.

• Traditional routers have limited range.
• Extenders can add a bit more range, but degrade speed.
• Google WiFi points work together to cover your home with a reliably strong signal.

Step-Ahead Security
Sophisticated hardware and cloud-based security that automatically updates itself to help keep you protected.

*The number of WiFi points is just a guide. Home size, materials and layout can affect how Wi-Fi signal travels. Larger homes or homes with thicker walls or long, narrow layouts may need extra WiFi points for full coverage. Strength and speed of signal will depend on your Internet provider. Google WiFi requires broadband Internet. Each WiFi point requires a nearby electrical outlet. The app requires a mobile device with Android 4.0 and up or iOS 8.0 and up. Features • Enjoy consistent Wi-Fi coverage in your home, on your devices.
• It's everything you love about Google-smarts, security and simplicity-brought to home Wi-Fi.
• We've re-thought everything about routers to create an experience that's reliable, flexible and handles your devices and online activities, seamlessly.
• An easy app on your compatible devices lets you see what's connected to Wi-Fi, pause Wi-Fi on your kids' devices and more.
• Sophisticated hardware and cloud-based security that automatically updates itself to try and keep you protected.

• 2x Google WiFi points.
• 2x Power adapters.
• 1x 1.9 m Ethernet cable.
• Quick start guide.

• Google Account.
• Android device (Android 4.0 or higher) or iOS device (iOS 8.0 or higher).
• Google WiFi app.
• Broadband Internet connection.
• Each WiFi point requires a nearby electrical outlet.
Networking, Connectivity & Ports
Model Google WiFi
Device Type Cable (WAN) Mesh Router
Compatible Internet Connections Cable-based Modems
Network Connectivity
  • 10/100/1000
  • Wireless LAN
Network Ports
  • 1 x RJ45 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) BaseT for LAN
  • 1 x RJ45 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) BaseT for WAN
Other Connectors N/A
USB Applications  
Wired Protocols  
Total LAN Connections 1
Total WAN Connections 1
64 Bytes L3 Forwarding Performance  
512+ Bytes L3 Forwarding Performance  
Wireless Speed 1200 Mbps
Wireless Protocols
  • IEEE 802.11a
  • IEEE 802.11ac
  • IEEE 802.11b
  • IEEE 802.11g
  • IEEE 802.11n
Wireless Band Dual Band
  • 2.4 GHz
  • 5 GHz
Operation Channel  
Wireless Transmitter Power N/A
Antenna 2x Internal
Core Features
  • Automatic security updates
  • Bluetooth® Smart Ready
  • Expandable mesh Wi-Fi
  • Google WiFi App
  • TX Beamforming
Router/Modem Processor Quad-core ARM CPU (710 MHz)
Internal RAM Memory 512MB
Internal RAM Memory Type  
Internal Flash Memory 4GB
LED Indicators  
OS Support
  • Android 4.0 or later (for App)
  • iOS 8.0 or later (for App)
Max. Power Consumption  
PSU Type  
Security & VPN
Security Protocols WPA2-PSK
Firewall/NAT No
VPN Support PPTP Client
Physical Specifications
Dimensions 106.1 x 68.7 x 106.1 mm (WxHxD)
Weight 340 g

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Google Wifi Whole Home System Twin Pack
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