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Has there been any user reviews on these yet? I have the older "Nest Wi-Fi" which is 802.11AC and looking to upgrade. I have 55 Wi-Fi nodes in my house and things are starting to get slow to respond. Thanks!
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Has there been any user reviews on these yet? I have the older "Nest Wi-Fi" which is 802.11AC and looking to upgrade. I have 55 Wi-Fi nodes in my house and things are starting to get slow to respond. Thanks!
I tried Eero Pro 6, Eero Pro 6E and this at my House. This had very similar performance to the Eero Pro 6 which was very good. Eero Pro 6E has worse performance than both.
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I tried Eero Pro 6, Eero Pro 6E and this at my House. This had very similar performance to the Eero Pro 6 which was very good. Eero Pro 6E has worse performance than both.
Got it thanks so much. I was in the market for the eero 6E as well and I've been hearing it's got some issues to work out.
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Can you have too many of the extenders in the house?

I have nest wifi and 3 of the original google wifi pucks in the house. Only 2600sqft. Performance has never been great, and my mesh always shows weak. The google pucks are not far away from each other and have a direct line of sight to the nest router (one doesn't have a direct sight line) , but my speeds are maybe 15% of what I pay for. Now if I get close to the nest router, my speeds are tremendously better.
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Can you have too many of the extenders in the house?

I have nest wifi and 3 of the original google wifi pucks in the house. Only 2600sqft. Performance has never been great, and my mesh always shows weak. The google pucks are not far away from each other and have a direct line of sight to the nest router (one doesn't have a direct sight line) , but my speeds are maybe 15% of what I pay for. Now if I get close to the nest router, my speeds are tremendously better.
I had the same setup in a 2 story 1800 sq ft. I removed the old gens and my wifi improved.
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Does anyone know if the Google Store does price adjustments? I literally just had these delivered.
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Too bad you can't use the 30% upgrade discount. That would have been slick.
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Deal brings the per-unit price down to about what Costco sells its 4 pack for even if you're not a Google One subscriber. So this is great if you only need 3.
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Anyone able to get this PM at different retailers?? I would get this from Google but would be a pain to do a opened return since no physical store.
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I had the same setup in a 2 story 1800 sq ft. I removed the old gens and my wifi improved.
In the same bind and confused lol. Got a newer Verizon 6 router/modem with 500mb FiOS and installed 3 nest wifi in my 3 story townhome 2000sq-- one on each floor with the main nest wifi router 5 ft away from the Verizon modem located in the lower level. The speeds are faster if I connect to my Verizon modem compared to connecting on my nest wifi network. Does that make sense? Would the speeds improve when getting this newer nest wifi pro??
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What are you guys using for parental controls on these routers? They don't seem to support granular control so I can enter in search term x, y or z. It's more like... Click a toggle, trust them to make a list based on a particular category and block that content, or use only their meager settings. I've noticed this on Deco, Google, nest, Wi-Fi, and others. I just want the old school days where I can list a dozen things on a blacklist and never have to worry about it without having to pay some monthly or annual service to make sure it doesn't happen. Currently using Deco 60 and Nest Wi-Fi's in alternate deployments and with love to be able to manage kids' hardware with specific control and not an entire DNS blanket solution where everybody is impacted by it
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Does anyone know if the Google Store does price adjustments? I literally just had these delivered.
Pretty sure they do.
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What are you guys using for parental controls on these routers? They don't seem to support granular control so I can enter in search term x, y or z. It's more like... Click a toggle, trust them to make a list based on a particular category and block that content, or use only their meager settings. I've noticed this on Deco, Google, nest, Wi-Fi, and others. I just want the old school days where I can list a dozen things on a blacklist and never have to worry about it without having to pay some monthly or annual service to make sure it doesn't happen. Currently using Deco 60 and Nest Wi-Fi's in alternate deployments and with love to be able to manage kids' hardware with specific control and not an entire DNS blanket solution where everybody is impacted by it
I find it unhelpful that, these companies do not provide good parental control options for home routers, unless you subscribe to it annually. It is like buying a BMW and subscribing to heated seats.
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Has there been any user reviews on these yet? I have the older "Nest Wi-Fi" which is 802.11AC and looking to upgrade. I have 55 Wi-Fi nodes in my house and things are starting to get slow to respond. Thanks!
The Verge (7/10): https://www.theverge.com/23473181...pro-review

THE GOOD
  • Easy to use and set up
  • Relatively inexpensive
  • No subscription fees
  • Wi-Fi 6E, Thread, and Matter
  • Nice design
THE BAD
  • Ethernet ports limited to 1Gbps
  • 6GHz backhaul struggles over longer distances
  • They evicted the Google Assistant
  • Limited parental controls
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