Google Wifi, the company’s wireless mesh network system, has hit the European mainland
The Google Store has started selling the new Google Wifi product in France and Germany for EUR 139 (EUR 249 for a twin-pack).
The network is controlled by an Android and iOS app that lets users suspend access to particular devices or prioritize others, for example, when an important video chat is under way.
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The app also saves and allows the sharing of Wi-Fi passwords.
It will shortly become available more widely online and in several retail chains, including Darty, FNAC, Boulanger, E.Leclerc, Auchan, Systeme U, Cdiscount and LDLC in France and Media Markt, Saturn, Mobilcom-debitel, Vodafone, Conrad, Tink, Mediamax and Cyberport in Germany.