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Google Wifi and Nest Wifi updates delivering improved performance on slow connections

If anyone knows the internet, it's Google. So it makes sense that its Wifi routers are some of the most well regarded products in its hardware lineup. Google expanded Nest Wifi's availability to more countries last month — and with people around the world spending so much time at home these days, it's no wonder. Now users with Nest Wifi and Google Wifi systems are about to get their home internet upgraded, because the company is rolling out an update that will improve performance on slower Internet connections.

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Upgrade your WFH internet with a Nest Wifi 3-pack mesh system for $315 ($34 off)

We're all deeper into the coronavirus pandemic and that Wi-Fi router of yours just isn't cutting it anymore. You hate to see it, but for a lot of people, it's true. Well, if you've been looking into getting a mesh network and are considering getting a Nest Wifi system, you can save a good bit of money today through Woot's deal of the day.

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Netgear R6250 Wi-Fi AC router on sale for $20 (down from $60) in-store at Walmart

There are some things in life you just can't have enough of: unconditional love, flash drives, USB-C dongles, and arguably even Wi-Fi routers. If you're looking to upgrade your aging router but have been scared off by steep prices, you're going to want to check out this Netgear deal at Walmart, where a shiny new router can be yours for a measly $20.

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Exclusive: Google will introduce Google Wifi, a $129 home Wi-Fi router, on October 4th

OnHub-schmonhub: two sources are now telling us that Google will introduce an own-brand Wi-Fi router called Google Wifi, and that the device will cost $129. A source that has proved reliable in the past has told us that the device will be launched alongside Google's Pixel phones, Google Home, and the 4K 'Chromecast Ultra' on October 4th.

That source additionally claims that Google will advertise the router as having "smart" features - probably similar to OnHub in some respects - and that Google will claim it provides enhanced range over typical Wi-Fi routers (a claim we see basically every router make, to be fair).

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