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Google Nest Hub (Gen 2) + Google Nest Hello WiFi Doorbell EXPIRED

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  • Google Nest Hub
    • 7-inch touchscreen (1024 x 600)
    • Quad-core 64-bit 1.9 GHz ARM CPU
    • Full-range speaker with 1.7 in (43.5 mm) driver
    • 3 far-field microphones
    • Google Assistant built in
  • Google Nest Hello WiFi Doorbell
    • Video Doorbell to Monitor Front Door
    • 1600 x 1200 Resolution at Up to 30 fps
    • Night Vision Functionality
    • Dual-Band Wi-Fi Connectivity
    • Two-Way Audio Communication
    • Noise and Echo Cancellation
    • H.264 Video Compression
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#16
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is this the one came with facical recognition?
Yes it is
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I am in the market for a smart doorbell, but it's rumored that 2nd Gen Hello doorbell is coming. This Gen 1 came out in 2019, so it's almost 3 years old...
That's the rumor but do you want to spend an extra $100 for something new or this
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Was waiting for this deal but recently picked up a mint one locally for $80 plus the hub/hub max deal. Now I just need a couple of more hubs.
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Go with Google security + doorbell or Ring security + doorbell?
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Go with Google security + doorbell or Ring security + doorbell?
I have the ring doorbell and I'm not impressed. It doesn't start recording until someone is literally 5 feet from the door and walking up the steps even thought I have the range set to max, but it will pick up every car driving by on the street which is 20 feet away. And most of the time it doesn't pick up anyone walking by on the sidewalk or anyone walking up by driveway even though both are closer that the street. I get too many false motion detections when there is no person or car anywhere. From what I understand the hello doorbell record 24 hours so you don't miss anything and it had facial recognition. I may switch to the hello bell but I think the subscription is more expensive.
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What is the subscription cost for this thing ?
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What is the subscription cost for this thing ?
There are two plans: one that costs $6 a month or $12 a monthly. If paid in full it's $60 or $120 a year which covers all the cameras.

https://store.google.com/us/produ...e?hl=en-US

For less than a month of cable TV and internet, I would go with the $120 a year plan.
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I have the ring doorbell and I'm not impressed. It doesn't start recording until someone is literally 5 feet from the door and walking up the steps even thought I have the range set to max, but it will pick up every car driving by on the street which is 20 feet away. And most of the time it doesn't pick up anyone walking by on the sidewalk or anyone walking up by driveway even though both are closer that the street. I get too many false motion detections when there is no person or car anywhere. From what I understand the hello doorbell record 24 hours so you don't miss anything and it had facial recognition. I may switch to the hello bell but I think the subscription is more expensive.
Same experience here with Ring doorbell, and my garage camera picks up cats all day all night. From everything I've read looks like there's no fix in planned for it, I'm guessing they're just going to release new models and make people buy more instead, so I've been looking at switching over to Nest, and this one came at great timing.
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Just to be clear: You almost must buy the cheapest subscription to make the doorbell worthwhile, since they put "basic" features behind the $6/month tier.

List of features you lose with no sub:

- Limit motion detection to specific areas (essentially cut out footpaths/roads/etc, so you don't get erroneous motion events).
- Intelligent motion detection (essentially expect a lot more erroneous motion events for e.g. shadows, blowing debris, animals, etc).
- Familiar face/Person speaking/Package detection alerts
- No real video history.
- Limited ability to save video clips (there are workarounds).

So TL;DR: A lot more motion event spam and a much less useful doorbell in general. The $6 gives you a fully featured doorbell and the $12 tier adds 24/7 recording.

PS - Not recommended for people with slow/bad internet or low data caps. The doorbell has a constant h.264 video stream going up to Google Cloud regardless of plan. This can use between 50 GB - 300 GB of bandwidth/month depending on quality setting (Low, Mid, or High).
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Every person I know with the doorbell says it's so great and worth it that they pretty much are convincing me they don't understand why even worry about the upgrade that may be coming soon. It may be coming, but honestly I may sell it if it's actually worth it and buy the new one but everybody loves the nest doorbell it is so superior to the rest

And the Gen 2 Hub is awesome
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Just to be clear: You almost must buy the cheapest subscription to make the doorbell worthwhile, since they put "basic" features behind the $6/month tier.

List of features you lose with no sub:

- Limit motion detection to specific areas (essentially cut out footpaths/roads/etc, so you don't get erroneous motion events).
- Intelligent motion detection (essentially expect a lot more erroneous motion events for e.g. shadows, blowing debris, animals, etc).
- Familiar face/Person speaking/Package detection alerts
- No real video history.
- Limited ability to save video clips (there are workarounds).

So TL;DR: A lot more motion event spam and a much less useful doorbell in general. The $6 gives you a fully featured doorbell and the $12 tier adds 24/7 recording.

PS - Not recommended for people with slow/bad internet or low data caps. The doorbell has a constant h.264 video stream going up to Google Cloud regardless of plan. This can use between 50 GB - 300 GB of bandwidth/month depending on quality setting (Low, Mid, or High).

wow.. no way to control the video quality ? 300gb across 4 cameras would tap out most of the ISP data caps. Incredible. Thanks
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Quote from UnoriginalGuy :
Just to be clear: You almost must buy the cheapest subscription to make the doorbell worthwhile, since they put "basic" features behind the $6/month tier.

List of features you lose with no sub:

- Limit motion detection to specific areas (essentially cut out footpaths/roads/etc, so you don't get erroneous motion events).
- Intelligent motion detection (essentially expect a lot more erroneous motion events for e.g. shadows, blowing debris, animals, etc).
- Familiar face/Person speaking/Package detection alerts
- No real video history.
- Limited ability to save video clips (there are workarounds).

So TL;DR: A lot more motion event spam and a much less useful doorbell in general. The $6 gives you a fully featured doorbell and the $12 tier adds 24/7 recording.

PS - Not recommended for people with slow/bad internet or low data caps. The doorbell has a constant h.264 video stream going up to Google Cloud regardless of plan. This can use between 50 GB - 300 GB of bandwidth/month depending on quality setting (Low, Mid, or High).
I need to learn more about this. I was about the pull the trigger, but never considered what it would do to my upload bandwidth or data caps.

After a quick check on pricing, this seems pretty reasonable for the combo. Hopefully this deal sticks around until I can do some research!
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Is there anyway to get just the doorbell without the display hub? I already have three nest display hubs but I could really use only the doorbell.
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wow.. no way to control the video quality ? 300gb across 4 cameras would tap out most of the ISP data caps. Incredible. Thanks
I have 3 cameras running high quality constantly on 24mb dsl and I generally use 250gb a month. We also have either vudu or Disney + running most of the day which is nearly half of that data. So probably closer to 50 gb a month per camera.
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wow.. no way to control the video quality ? 300gb across 4 cameras would tap out most of the ISP data caps. Incredible. Thanks
Please make sure you are double checking any restrictions on UP vs Down. Not all ISPs have restrictions, but many that do are on Down. Of course, that could change, but the H.264 stream to the cloud is UP.
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