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  • Google Wifi is a scalable, flexible mesh Wifi system that blankets your home in reliable coverage and keeps buffering at bay
  • 1 covers up to 1500 square feet and 3 covers up to 4500 square feet
  • Parental controls let you manage screen time, restrict certain kinds of adult content, and pause Wifi to specific devices on your mesh network whenever you want

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  • Google Wifi is a scalable flexible mesh Wifi system that blankets your home in reliable coverage and keeps buffering at bay; 1 Google Wifi point replaces your router and additional points expand your network to keep the connection fast in every room[1]
  • Google Wifi gives you whole home coverage; 1 Pack covers up to 1500 square feet and 3 Pack covers up to 4500 square feet; points work together to create a mesh network for more coverage
  • Intelligently works behind the scenes to make sure your Wifi remains fast so you can stream with speed[2]
  • Simple setup in a few steps; use the Google Home app to create your network and get online in minutes[3]
  • Parental controls let you manage screen time, restrict certain kinds of adult content, and pause Wifi to specific devices on your mesh network whenever you want
  • Easy to control home Wifi system lets you prioritize devices check your network speeds, set up a guest network, and more
  • Works with all Google Wifi points and can be added to any existing Nest Wifi system; just add more points if you need more coverage
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frcabot asked this question on 08-06-2021 at 12:13 PM
08-08-2021 at 05:45 AM
I upgraded from Google wifi to the m9 plus and am noticing improvements in speed and range throughout the house. I'd say it's definitely worth it at the latest Costco sale price
08-08-2021 at 10:17 AM
Thanks @jsuh0!
08-10-2021 at 09:45 AM
TP Link is generally better.
08-26-2021 at 10:32 AM
in my case i switched to google from my deco m9 plus. Generally TP link works well but it isn't smart (Switching channels) in my case.
08-29-2021 at 06:09 AM
I recently switched to the M9 Plus. Mine intermittently does not switch to the closest router (all 3 routers use ethernet backhaul) on my mobile device. I have to restart Wi-Fi for it to switch. Not sure if its because of my phone or router though. I do miss switching to a decongested channel and had trouble with setting up a network wide ad blocker (https://pi-hole.net/). That said, I do get free lifetime home security (got from Costco) from Trend Micro which includes malware protection, intrusion prevention and device quarantine which in itself is a nice value add. It also includes a Zigbee and a Z-Wave hub that allows you to control smart home devices running on those protocols. The device is easy to setup and I do get the full bandwidth that I pay for over wi-fi which was never the case before. I have always liked TP-Link products in terms of what you get for the cost and the M9 Plus is no exception. Quirks aside, I am impressed and it's a huge improvement over the Orbi RBR20.
chasewfahn asked this question on 08-04-2021 at 02:28 PM
08-04-2021 at 02:28 PM
Nest, because is new tech and higher end speeds as far as Local Network and Receiving speeds. For example. IT IS SAID that Google wifi only gets up too 400mbps, but I have clocked them at 600. I own both the nest and google wifi( different homes) the nest actually provides a little more power as far as coverage, but other than that it's the same. Lan connectivity is 2 per point, which with the nest is Only 2 in the router, the input and the out put. Consider before you pull the trigger. Have fun
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FYI. costco has the 4 for 179.99 as well.
I have the 3 pack of this and recommend it. Great for large home fill coverage and delivers 4k video without issues. Very easy setup. It auto updates and self maintains. Has 2.4 ghz guest network you can use to setup any stubborn smart devices that don't work on 5ghz. Each satellite has one ethernet plug input so you can hard wire non wireless devices. Perfect for any smart home.
Google Wifi has been extremely stable for me since it was released a few years ago. I thought about Eero 6 but have noticed complaints in reviews and on the Eero subreddit regarding heat/stability, auto-updates cutting off internet connections at any time of day and promised features such as SQM still not being ready nearly a year after its release.

So if immediately stability is what you want, go with Google Wifi. If newer tech with the possibility of performance improvements in the future is what you want, Eero 6 probably isn't a bad choice either.

If you don't need a new router/mesh set right now you might want to wait for whatever new router or mesh set Google will probably be releasing within the next few months. They seem to be unloading their current units in anticipation of its arrival.

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Why did they do ac instead of ax in 2020?
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FYI. costco has the 4 for 179.99 as well.
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Well fart. I just bought the nest model for $350.
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Which one is better? Nest one or this 2020 one?
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This looks like the 1st version without the Google home stuff built in.
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What's the difference between mesh wifi vs router plus access points ?
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I have the 3 pack of this and recommend it. Great for large home fill coverage and delivers 4k video without issues. Very easy setup. It auto updates and self maintains. Has 2.4 ghz guest network you can use to setup any stubborn smart devices that don't work on 5ghz. Each satellite has one ethernet plug input so you can hard wire non wireless devices. Perfect for any smart home.
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how does this rank for mesh networks?
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How does this compare to Netgear which was for $180 on costco few days ago.
Costco one is wifi6 while this one is not.
https://www.costco.com/netgear---...36361.html
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What's the difference between mesh wifi vs router plus access points ?
Nothing meaningful for typical home networks. Mesh has more seamless setup and handoff between devices, giving the illusion of a single large network. Access points require more initial setup but offer greater throughput and options. Both solve the problem of dead spots in your house or extending coverage.
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FYI. costco has the 4 for 179.99 as well.
yes.. i think that one is better deal.. but these are old ones.. probably outdated but works well even with many devices

for others looking for Costco link: https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/15187141
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Which one is better? Nest one or this 2020 one?
Nest, because is new tech and higher end speeds as far as Local Network and Receiving speeds. For example. IT IS SAID that Google wifi only gets up too 400mbps, but I have clocked them at 600. I own both the nest and google wifi( different homes) the nest actually provides a little more power as far as coverage, but other than that it's the same. Lan connectivity is 2 per point, which with the nest is Only 2 in the router, the input and the out put. Consider before you pull the trigger. Have fun
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If I wanted to have ethernet ports, would i set it up like:
Coax-Cable --- Modem --- Unmanaged Router/Switch --- Base Google Google Wifi. And then put the satellites around the house?
Any way to get or connect more ethernet ports to the satellites? I've never been able to figure this out, short of buying them and trying stuff out.

Should i maybe consider running ethernet from the Unmanaged switch/router to each sateline and put another unmanaged switch?
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