We’ve tried it and it blew our socks off!
We had the opportunity to check out Google Fiber in Kansas City, Missouri, and can sufficiently say that it.is.fast! How fast? We took a picture of Google Fiber running a speed test below. Suffice it to say, browsing websites and watching videos felt like loading cached pages. You’ll also find more images of the Google Fiber headquarters in our gallery.
While Google Fiber started to take the mainstage in Kansas, the high speed internet service will slowly trickle its way to other cities like Austin, Texas, and more. A Google Fiber representative also told us that the company had plans to offer Google Internet in all Starbucks throughout the country.
What would you do with Internet speeds that fast? Let us know in the comments below!
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