Welcome back to Show and Tell, where I unbox sweet tech for every area of your life. In this episode, let’s check out the Gryphon Tower Mesh Wi-Fi Security Router & Parental Control System. Are you always struggling with WiFi? As more of us are staying at home for work and school, we’re using more bandwidth than ever. While it’s important to have fast internet speed, we also need to be aware of security. You may want to protect your own information from outsiders or protect your children from the world wide web. Your router should help you do all of that. Let’s see how the Gryphon router towers over the competition.
Keeping the WiFi network secure
It’s recently become common for people’s home security systems to be hacked, allowing strangers to look inside. So, it’s understandable for people to be wary of the growing need and availability of connected devices.
With more than 20 years of experience in networking technology and security, the Gryphon co-founders know how to handle internet security. This device has built-in artificial intelligence that detects intrusions and protects your network as well as all the connected IoT devices. IoT means the Internet of Things, and your ecosystem may include baby monitors, security cameras, smart televisions and more.
With the comfort of a secure home network, you can protect your children with parental controls. With the Gryphon Tower, you can access a suite of features to ensure safe browsing for the little ones including the ability to limit screen time, set bedtimes, and see the browsing history.
Coverage to eliminate dead zones
If you live in a shoebox apartment, you don’t have to worry about your WiFi reaching the next room, but some people live in houses that have dead zones. The Gryphon Tower covers up to 3,000 square feet, giving you great network speed in whatever room you need. As for the speed–this piece of equipment uses the newest version of WiFi–which is AC–and has three bands which include two 5Ghz channels. Gryphon also implements a technology called beamforming to send the WiFi directly to the connected devices rather than creating blanket coverage. This results in a faster and more reliable connection.
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