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Google Mesh WiFi vs. Ubiquiti AmpliFi HD WiFi

Google Mesh WiFi vs. Ubiquiti AmpliFi HD WiFi

Google Mesh WiFi vs. Ubiquiti AmpliFi HD WiFi

Google Mesh WiFi and Ubiquiti are both great options as mesh systems – what it comes down to is how robust of a system you need in your home or business.

Have you ever been at home and stepped into a room where you lose your internet signal completely? Or perhaps there’s one area of the home that has ongoing connectivity issues? A one-unit router isn’t going to reach every corner of your home, and that’s where mesh WiFi systems step in. It strengthens the coverage throughout your home and helps you cover every inch of it with a reliable internet signal.

Google’s Mesh WiFi has garnered a lot of attention because of its simplicity. It’s easy to use, and it looks clean and elegant in the home. It’s great for the average residential home because despite its simplicity, it still provides users with device management, control via an app, and most importantly- reliable internet coverage across the entire home.

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Ubiquiti’s AmpliFi HD WiFi is also easy to use and packs quite a bit of signal strength. It does take up a bit more space than Google’s Mesh WiFi – each satellite unit requires being plugged directly into a wall socket, so keep that in mind when deciding where to place them throughout your home or business. If you need expansive coverage, Ubiquiti’s AmpliFi is an excellent, reliable option for covering your property.

Google Ubiquiti
Square foot coverage by 3 pack 3,000-4,500 15,000
Device management X X
Control via app X X
Supports wired backhaul X X
Advanced routing X X

No matter which mesh WiFi system you choose, you’ll know you have a reliable, user-friendly option to ensure your entire home is covered with WiFi. If you need help determining the system that best fits your needs, contact us! We offer free consultations where we preview your property and help you determine what’s needed.