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Wednesday, October 24, 2018

The Best Google Wi-Fi Mounts For Your Walls, Ceiling, And Outlets

The Google Wi-Fi platform is a convenient and cost-effective mesh-router solution. But there’s a chance that you’ve tripped over it in the dark, or maybe it’s just not giving off a great signal from behind the couch. Solution? Mount it.

Like electricity or running water, I enjoy my internet most when I don’t have to think about where it comes from. Yet, I’ve tolerated a lot for my internet. I’ve shoved routers behind couches and next to litter boxes. I’ve strung 30 ft of modem cable across my house to make my router more convenient and reliable. Needless to say, I’m excited about the simplicity of Google’s Wi-Fi routers. The fact that I can get a great wall, ceiling, our outlet mount to complement the design of Google Wi-Fi for under $10 is just icing on the cake.

Whether you want to, or simply want to increase their range, we have the mounting hardware for you. Because there are so many options, we’ve chosen the best mounts for your walls, ceiling, and outlets, all for under $10.

Dot Genie Outlet Mount ($7.99)

If you want something that looks great and requires no installation, this outlet mount by Dot Genie may have been made just for you. All you have to do is slap this bad boy on an outlet and go on with the rest of your day. Oh, you need to move your Google Wi-Fi to a new room? Cool, just unplug the thing and jam it in some other outlet.

Unlike wall and ceiling mounts, the Dot Genie requires no cable management. The Google Wi-Fi’s power cable can be wrapped up and tucked away behind the Genie, which is quite satisfying. This mount would be great for anybody who just wants a clean setup with no installation. But if you’re worried about how this mount would look with an Ethernet cable plugged into it, or if you only have outlets behind furniture, I would suggest a wall mount.

Mrount Wall Mount ($9.59)

The Mrount is a low-profile wall mount. It’s not bulky and sits flush with the Google Wi-Fi. You can install this wall mount with three screws (or a command strip). To secure the router, you just plop it into the mount. This would be great for placing the router on the wall behind a desk, or a piece of furniture, or anywhere an outlet-styled mount would look odd or function poorly.

The Mrount is one of the only Google Wi-Fi mounts that lets you route your cables through the wall. Routing isn’t not required, but If you’re trying to keep your Google Home off the ground without dangling any wires, this mount is an option.

Wall Mount by LykusSource ($8.99)

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