Google Wifi was made available for pre-orders just over a year ago and positioned as a solution for those looking to blanket their homes with a reliable and seamless network connection while also filling in dead spots that existing infrastructure couldn't quite reach. Leveraging beamforming and mesh network technologies, Google's solution was designed to take the guesswork out of standing up a Wi-Fi network with good coverage.
Now, in a late addition to the slew of Black Friday deals, it appears that the price of the Google Wifi triple-pack has been discounted on Amazon, bringing the price down to $249, a saving of $50 off the full retail price. While Amazon has typically sold it for $279, the extra discount may provide enough of an incentive for those who have been on the fence with respect to price.
Otherwise, if you don't need the triple-pack, the single pack is also going for $99, matching the all-time low price for the product. The single unit can cover up to 1,500 square feet while the set of three can cover up to 4,500 square feet.
However, these prices are only available while stock lasts, so you'll need to make up your mind sooner rather than later to avoid missing out on the deal.