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Costco Members: 4-Pack Google Nest Wifi Pro Wi-Fi 6E Mesh Router Pre-Order

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: 4-Pack Google Nest Wifi Pro Wi-Fi 6E Mesh Router Pre-Order (GA03691-US) for $449.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Advanced Wi-Fi 6E Technology, Up To 2x Faster Than Wi-Fi 6
  • 2.4 GHz, 5GHz And 6 GHz Bands, Combined Speeds Up To 5.4 Gbps
  • Self-monitoring And Diagnosing
  • Automatic Security Updates For Protection
  • Manage In The Google Home App

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Great price for a 4 pack. Comes out to $112.50 for each unit.

Features:
  • Advanced Wi-Fi 6E Technology, Up To 2x Faster Than Wi-Fi 6
  • 2.4 GHz, 5GHz And 6 GHz Bands, Combined Speeds Up To 5.4 Gbps
  • Self-monitoring And Diagnosing
  • Automatic Security Updates For Protection
  • Manage In The Google Home App
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For the more power users: If these are like last gens versions, they may work well but they have a super limited admin interface. It's only accessible from your phone and the Google home app. You can still port forward, and the basics but its a little lightweight. Just make sure you do your research and check into that before a purchase!
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The only unifi I see that support wifi 6E cost $299 per device (unifi6 enterprise)
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Anyone find any decent reviews on this yet or comparisons to other 6E routers? I know it's not out yet but they'll usually ship these to reviewers early.
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I'm also curious. I saw a review video youtube and it said that unless you have 6E compatibile devices - don't get it. You won't see significant improvements in 2ghz and 5ghz range. I heard 6E compatible devices would have super high clean speeds though. I have a new macbook air M2 chip that's compatible so i will get this new set just for that.

Only question is - can i keep two and sell the other two with no issues?
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Do all of them have two Ethernet ports?
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Do all of them have two Ethernet ports?
They are all identical units. Should have one ethernet in, one ethernet out. That's how my current Google Onhub router works (6 years old).
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For the more power users: If these are like last gens versions, they may work well but they have a super limited admin interface. It's only accessible from your phone and the Google home app. You can still port forward, and the basics but its a little lightweight. Just make sure you do your research and check into that before a purchase!
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I'm also curious. I saw a review video youtube and it said that unless you have 6E compatibile devices - don't get it. You won't see significant improvements in 2ghz and 5ghz range. I heard 6E compatible devices would have super high clean speeds though. I have a new macbook air M2 chip that's compatible so i will get this new set just for that.

Only question is - can i keep two and sell the other two with no issues?
If you inferred that the Air has 6E, it doesn't. Still WiFi 6.
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I only need two. Who wants to go in on a set?
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They are all identical units. Should have one ethernet in, one ethernet out. That's how my current Google Onhub router works (6 years old).
I wish they would release one without wifi that I can just use as the attic/networking closet router. Currently I gotta leave one in my closet and that's a huge waste for my fully wired backhaul
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unifi are so much better and the same price point
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The only unifi I see that support wifi 6E cost $299 per device (unifi6 enterprise)
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If you have lots smart devices at home, this one might give you a hard time to setup the devices. You can't pick 2.4Ghz by yourself, you need to go block away from your home to setup those smart devices. This is the only downside. Everything else is fantastic
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I'm also curious. I saw a review video youtube and it said that unless you have 6E compatibile devices - don't get it. You won't see significant improvements in 2ghz and 5ghz range. I heard 6E compatible devices would have super high clean speeds though. I have a new macbook air M2 chip that's compatible so i will get this new set just for that.

Only question is - can i keep two and sell the other two with no issues?
This is what I'm planning on doing....splitting the 4 (identical) units with a buddy (or more than one).
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How this compared to eero pro 6e
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