Wouldn't it be great to have Google Home connect to an already existing mesh network? According to The Information, this sort of thing is just on the horizon.
Google is reportedly working on a two-in-one device that combines the helpful Assistant features of Google Home with the Wi-Fi mesh routing capabilities of Google Wifi. The existence of such a thing would not only cut down on the number of devices you have in any given room, but it'll offer a one-up on the Amazon Echo, which does not currently offer a built-in Wi-Fi router.
There's no mention of a launch date or a price point for the Google Frankenstein, but we're excited to think of the prospects. Perhaps we'll learn more at Google's annual developer conference.
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