Why You Need Google Nest Wi-Fi in Your Home

With the pace at which society is progressing, more so the tech aspect of it, it is unimaginable to have to go about your day without using the internet. That being said, life has become very much convenient because of it. Sending emails on the go without needing the laptop, shopping online, streaming movies, listening to endless music, not to forget the upside to conducting business online.
However, there’s a catch. For all of this, and more, to work seamlessly there needs to be a good, high-speed internet connection because let’s admit it, who doesn’t feel slightly annoyed when the page is buffering? Anyway, we have the perfect device for you.

Google Nest Wi-Fi

The Google Nest Wi-Fi is available in a 1-pack, 2 or more. We would recommend the 2-pack that includes the Router and the Point for optimal usage. The router is plugged into the modem of your internet service provider, to create strong and reliable signals. The point further expands the Wi-Fi coverage to every room within a 3800 square feet coverage, and this device also serves as a Smart Speaker featuring Google Assistant. So you get a mini speaker and a home voice assistant, all in one when you purchase the Google Nest Wi-Fi router with the Point.

The Google Nest Router starts retailing at $169 but if you want to purchase the Point as well, then check out first energy for the best prices. When paired together, the router and point can support up to 200 devices connected at a time, and the signals are so strong you won’t have to worry about buffering or any device lagging.

If you’re someone looking to add the final, perfect touch to your Smart Home, then you need this. Because other than the fact that you will be able to connect all your smart devices to the Google Nest Wi-Fi, its Point serves as a home voice assistant and you know what that means; voice commands and remote control for your home! Amazing, right? This is definitely worth the money you’ll pay, even if you don’t have a smart home or any smart device and appliances.

Regular software updates over time will improve the performance of these devices, and they also come with a built-in security chip in the Nest Router, which means it provides a safe network for your home.

Let’s get started on setting up Google Nest Wi-Fi.

How to set up the Nest Wi-Fi Router

Download the Google Home App and set up a home if this is the first time you’re using the app.
Choose a location to place the router, preferably near the internet modem and at a higher level.
Connect an Ethernet cable to your modem and Nest Wi-Fi router, and plug in the router to an external wall outlet, after which a white light will start to blink indicating that the device is switched on and ready for set up.
Back to the Google Home app, tap Add > Set up device > New Device, and choose a home.
Select your Nest Wi-Fi router and proceed to scan the QR code at the bottom of the device OR tap Continue without scanning and enter the set-up key next to the QR code.
Select or create a room for the router.

Enter a name and set a password for the Wi-Fi.

And your Google Nest Wi-Fi is ready to use! If you want to add the Point as well, then follow the steps below:

Adding the Point to the Google Nest Wi-Fi Router

Open your Google Home App.
Tap Add > Set up device > New Device, – choose a home if necessary.
Select your Point device and tap Next.
Scan the QR code at the bottom of the device OR tap Continue without scanning and enter the set-up key next to the QR code – the Point device is ready to connect.
If a sound plays from the Point speaker, tap Yes and proceed to follow all the in-app instructions.
And now finally, your Google Nest Wi-Fi Router and Point are ready to work their magic.


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