The Google WiFi router has this week been spotted making its way through the FCC, indicating that preorders are expected to start very soon, and the December delivery date should still be met by Google in time for the holiday season.
Google unveiled its new WiFi router last month, explaining it is capable of supporting a number of different wireless protocols including Bluetooth LE and 802.15.4 and ZigBee a protocol which has been created for Internet of Things products and systems such as smart appliances, light bulbs, power outlets, door locks and more.
To learn more about the new Google WiFi Router and it set a procedure check out the official Google WiFi installation video below. The Google WiFi Router comes complete with its own companion application allowing you to control multiple devices from your smartphone or tablet.
The Google WiFi router is priced at $129 for a single device, but is also available in three packs priced at $299 allowing you to make sure there are no dead WiFi spots around your home or premises. For more details jump over to the official Google website where you can register your interest in being able to preorder the new Google Wi-Fi router when Google starts accepting orders.Filed Under: Technology News, Top News