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Upgrade your Wi-Fi network with the Google Nest Wifi 3-pack on sale for $280 today only

Nest Wifi Router
Nest Wifi Router (Image credit: Nick Sutrich / Android Central)

The second-gen Google Nest Wifi router and 2 point set (opens in new tab) is down to $279.99 at Woot. That's $69 off the bundle's usual price and one of the best deals we've ever seen for Google's mesh networking system. The 3-pack is offered in new condition, though they are backed by a 90-day Woot warranty rather than a 1-year manufacturer's warranty which is the main reason for the discount.

This is a scalable and flexible mesh networking system that blankets your whole home in Wi-Fi, eliminating dead zones and making it simple to use. This router and 2 point system handles up to 200 connected devices and covers 4,400 square feet.

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Smart enough to turn itself down when you leave so it doesn't waste energy on an empty home. Create an energy-efficient schedule in your smartphone app. Can even provide advice to help you save more money later.

Google Nest Wifi is one of the simplest mesh networking systems around. It really does a lot of the work for you, and it's designed to be super easy to use. The router and 2 points work together to cover your whole home in a seamless blanket of Wi-Fi that won't require any manual switching from you once it's setup. You could be on a video call in one room and walk to another room covered by a different access point without having your call interrupted at all.

The 3-pack can cover up to 4,400 square feet. Plug the router into your modem and set the points up toward the end of the router's coverage to help extend the Wi-Fi and keep your connection fast and strong in every room. If you have a large home or find there are spots with a weak signal, you can expand the network with more points.

These are strong satellites that can handle up to 200 connected devices. They can stream multiple 4K videos because they're so fast. The router also has an Ethernet port so you can hardwire your devices and get a more stable connection.

Once you have your Nest Wifi system plugged in, just download the free app to get started. It will guide you in setting them up. You can also use the app later to create guest networks, share passwords, and prioritize certain devices that need faster speeds. It also has parental controls so you can set online time for your kids. The points even double as Google Assistant smart speakers.

If you're torn between Google's Nest Wifi and Amazon's Eero system, we have a handy comparison guide to help you choose between the two.

Woot generally charges $6 per order for shipping, though you can score free shipping there by logging in with an Amazon Prime account before checking out. If you've never been a member before, you could sign up today for a free 30-day trial (opens in new tab) to skip the shipping charge. You'll also score free two-day shipping at Amazon, along with access to perks such as the Prime Video streaming serrvice, exclusive members-only discounts, and more.

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at [@adamoram](https://twitter.com/adamoram).
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  • not really an upgrade for must users unless it is wifi6