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2-Pack Google Nest Wi-Fi Router (2nd Gen) + 2-Pack of Wi-Fi Smart Plugs EXPIRED

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dontin99 asked this question on 11-20-2020 at 01:44 PM
11-22-2020 at 07:24 PM
Depends which one you are comparing, Netgear rbk50 has a 4x4 5Ghz dedicated stream so would be superior. The rbk20/40 has 2 2x2 5 Ghz streams one dedicated for backhaul, so similar. But the orbis are generally costlier
HappyGorilla1625 asked this question on 11-21-2020 at 10:31 AM

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FYI you can sign up for texts and get a $10 off coupon. I got the 2 pack for $209.
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Is the 2 pack worth the upgrade from Linksys AX1800 Mesh Router? House is 1800 sq ft.
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Quote from coolgadget313 :
Please check below link, says $189 starting 25th 7pm PST

https://store.google.com/us
Your referring to the router + access point package. This deal is for two routers, thus the slightly higher price
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just bought this at best buy or bb same price but no plugs any idea if they would send me the plugs if i threaten to return them and buy these ? thnx
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So dumb question, but if I get two routers I then need two modems right? And those need to be high speed so it becomes an overall expensive setup?
i think so..
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When I click on link it is showing as Not Available
Is this the same one ?
https://www.buydig.com/shop/produ...00822-Snow

Never Mind, I thought this is today's deals
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Bought this on Amazon and returned it. Totally underwhelming, less coverage than 1 Linksys Velop dual band node. Was wondering why there were so many used ones on sale on ebay and FB marketplace.I think the transmit power is set to low to medium for them to work as mesh, so sort of feels underwhelming for a single router usecase.You can't select wifi channels and it was always making a wrong choice on the 2.4 Ghz band. At close quarters the speeds are great. Only for someone who just wants a wifi appliance.
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Curious if anyone has tried or will try connecting devices directly into the LAN ethernet port. I am getting faster speeds through wifi than through ethernet, both at the router connected to the modem as well as the router being used as an access point. For example, my Sony x900e is testing 150-200mbps over Wifi, but only 20 mbps wired over ethernet.
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Hey guys!

Just got my 3 pack I bought from this thread. I bought these Nest WiFi routers to replace my Google WiFi routers. I made the assumption that this 2nd gen product is better than the 1st gen product... which I've had zero problems with but I plan to expand my WiFi devices next year so wanted the later tech thinking it would be better in handling max WiFi devices. My Google WiFi, by the way, has been flawless even in the area of auto determining whether to use 2.4 or 5 ghz for all my smart plugs.

Just looking for an opinion if you guys think the 2nd gen is truly better and handling more WiFi devices than the 1st gen? Whichever one I end up not using (right now I plan to replace the 1st gen with the 2nd gen for my router function then mix both 1st and 2nd gen for points) I'll be setting up at my dad's house and he doesn't need anything near as good as these so either will work fine for him Smilie
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