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BuyDig has various Google Nest Hub Max 10" Smart Display (2019) Bundles on sale starting at $239. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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I think it's the other way around. "Nest" is being added to the device names.
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Anyone familiar with the nest prices? Should I hold out for Black Friday?
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Google is cleaning house from anything just labeled "nest".
I think it's the other way around. "Nest" is being added to the device names.
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Are we going to see Nest Hub Max for less than $200 before Christmas?
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Looking for doorbell, thermostat, and smoke alarm combos with Nest. Wondering if I should wait til Black Friday?
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Same question. Looking for doorbell, thermostat, smoke alarms, and door lock.
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Note google home/ nest speakers will now be listening for any smoke alarms, which supersedes special detectors.
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Looking for doorbell, thermostat, and smoke alarm combos with Nest. Wondering if I should wait til Black Friday?
I'd buy the nest protect in multi packs based on how many you need, which will very likely be cheaper around Black Friday (99 each is good price). Bundle doorbell with hub. Bundle thermostat with anything you can. I have all of these products mentioned here, and love them. For thermostat make sure you have single stage or if multistage it needs to be setup to emulate single stage furnace.
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Make sure you keep those speakers away from windows and lasers if you don't want to be hacked and listened to:

https://www.theverge.com/2019/11/...ook-portal
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These are not good prices. The Hub goes on sale for $59 fairly regularly, so that would make the Home in the deal $180. I bought a Home when they first came out for $70. Not familiar with Home Max pricing as I always found it to be way too much and it dropped from my radar. I'd like a better speaker, but not for hundreds more.

EDIT: Looks like the Max is a new product with a bigger screen and a video camera. Still not sure that's worth a lot more than the standard Hub, but if you need a video camera then I suppose it's a big deal.
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The picture for this is way wrong. It makes the hub look like it's the size of a small post-it.
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These are not good prices. The Hub goes on sale for $59 fairly regularly, so that would make the Home in the deal $180. I bought a Home when they first came out for $70. Not familiar with Home Max pricing as I always found it to be way too much and it dropped from my radar. I'd like a better speaker, but not for hundreds more.
FYI, the OP is for the Nest Hub Max which is $229, the $59 deals are on the older Nest Hub. Reference: https://store.google.com/us/magaz...e_nest_hub
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Make sure you keep those speakers away from windows and lasers if you don't want to be hacked and listened to:

https://www.theverge.com/2019/11/...ook-portal
I wanted to say something dumb about if you had people buying special audio to laser equipment to hack into your house you have bigger problems but you're right. It doesn't take much effort to keep these away from windows and even though this hack is largely conceptual today, it doesn't mean it can't be commercialized soon like what happened to card skimmers. And people with these linked to door locks/garage doors/alarm systems would be very susceptible then.
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