Gryphon has this week announced the launch of its latest product in the form of the Gryphon Guardian mesh WiFi router which is now available to purchase priced at $119 and combines mesh WiFi security router and parental control system and online security into one small device. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the platform created by Gryphon Online Safety and its features.
The Gryphon Guardian mesh WiFi router weighs just 6.5 ounces and It’s small enough to fit in the palm of your hand providing a smaller device when compared to the original Gryphon router. Although being small the mesh WiFi router offers over 1800 square feet of coverage thanks to the inclusion of advanced gigabit WiFi AC1200 dual band (2.4Ghz and 5Ghz) technology with 2×2 MU-MIMO.
“Gryphon Guardian comes with WPA3 security and six months of Gryphon’s Advanced Internet protection. The product also allows consumers who own the original Gryphon to expand their Gryphon WiFi network with daisy chain mesh support. The original Gryphon is not required to operate the Gryphon Guardian or vice versa.”
“After being on the market for nearly two years with our original Gryphon product and incorporating feedback from our loyal customers, we are thrilled to continue to innovate easy-to-use and practical solutions that help safeguard the online experience, while making it affordable for all families,” said Gryphon Online Safety CEO and co-founder John Wu. “We aim to make the Gryphon Guardian as successful as the original Gryphon.”
“Gryphon is co-founded by John Wu, a key inventor of MiFi intelligent mobile hotspot, and Arup Bhattacharya who led the MiFi software team and was also head of engineering at PortalPlayer (sold to NVIDIA) where they developed the media chips that powered the iconic Apple iPods. As parents, they were fed up with the traditional parental controls available, and sought out to build the best possible parental control system. It turned out that the best place to control the internet is the one box in the home where the Internet is distributed the WiFi router.”
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