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Great deal. Bought one. Thanks OP.
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Good price? I41 ty!
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These are being phased out
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These are being phased out
Whats replacing it?
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Had this , raspberry pi is much better and cheaper
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Whats replacing it?
There is a CloudKey Gen 2 product coming out that is in Beta, but it's a Cloudkey + NVR two-in-one device for people that run unifi access points but also run their security surveillance cameras. I don't see any product that would directly replace this cloudkey product.
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There's a V2 without NVR on the way as well
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Ubiquiti Cloud Key Gen 2+ is starting to show up in the Ubiquiti early access store.

Manage your UniFi networking and video devices simultaneously with the new multi-application UniFi Cloud Key G2 Plus. Designed for easy deployment, the Cloud Key G2 Plus can be quickly configured over Bluetooth using the UniFi mobile applications. The front panel display shows vital system stats for your UniFi networking hardware and UniFi video cameras. A built-in battery provides protection against power loss. For video storage, it also includes a 1 TB HDD, which is upgradeable to 5 TB.

Features:

Easy setup with UniFi and UniFi Protect mobile apps
Powered by 802.3af PoE or QC 2.0 USB-C
Built-in battery for automatic safe shutdown
1 TB 2.5" hard drive included (upgradeable to 5 TB)
Front panel display for at-a-glance system details
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There's a V2 without NVR on the way as well
any info on this?
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Had this , raspberry pi is much better and cheaper
thanks, going to look into that as i purchased 4 raspberry pi from arrow recently :-)
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I wanted a cloud key at first but then realized I could install the controller on a raspberry pi... Since I already had a pi-hole setup, I had the controller installed within a matter of minutes.

I've used a key before but I just think having a pi is way better since you can do a lot more with it.

I'm trying to think of other services I can run on a pi if anyone has suggestions. Thinking about doing PiVPN next but I need a good deal on a VPN service.
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Had this , raspberry pi is much better and cheaper
Cheaper maybe, but better how? WiFi coverage? Ease of management and configuration? Seems like it would be hard to beat the UniFi controller software. My UniFi gear is easily the best WiFi gear I've ever bought, hands down.
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Cheaper maybe, but better how? WiFi coverage? Ease of management and configuration? Seems like it would be hard to beat the UniFi controller software. My UniFi gear is easily the best WiFi gear I've ever bought, hands down.
I'll chime in and say that nothing beats the cloud key for ease of setup when you are in a hurry. But for a home network, Raspberry Pi is better overall because you can run a number of services on it as opposed to being a single-use appliance. It's still the UniFi Controller software, just run on the Raspberry Pi instead of the Cloud Key. Plus you can also run your PiHole for ad blocking, and really anything else until the Raspberry Pi starts complaining.
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