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  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Google Nest Wifi - Better Range Within Minutes.

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    If you are still using the wifi router provided to you by your internet service provider, chances are (unless you live in a very small house or apartment), that you are not completely happy with your wifi performance. Your signal can be strong in one room, and non-existent in the next. You may wish to sit “here”, but you can’t get a signal unless you move a few feet over “there”, where you don’t want to sit. You may have tried wifi repeaters or extenders in the past, but they basically just create a second network in your home with slow speeds and similar dead zones, forcing you to switch back and forth. Enter the Google Nest wifi router and “point” (what they call an extender). These small, semi/almost round devices that can fit in your hand create what’s called a “mesh” system where by connecting the Google router to your existing router, you can transfer the wifi functions to it, allowing it to send out stronger signals in both the 2.4 ghz and 5 ghz frequencies simultaneously. The “point(s)” (very slightly smaller than the router itself) are set in other areas of your home, picking up the signal from the main Google router, and boosting them even further. Nicer still, they do not create a separate network in the same way older models do, but instead, extend the one you have. If you buy a pair (one being the main router and the other the point device), you have three choices of colors, but the router is always white – the point comes in three colors… Mist (a very pale blueish color), Sand (which to me looks Pink), and Snow (white). For large homes, you can also get a router and two points sets. You need to install the appropriate Google Home app to set the system up, and instructions for doing so are simple and included in the app, which works on Apple devices and Android. Provided there are no unforeseen hiccups, you should be up and running within minutes. I know a couple of other people with these devices aside from myself, and one of them did not even need the extra access point – the Google router alone provided stronger and faster wifi than their older one did. One of them has a multi-level home and they did use the point on another level, which did boost speeds and reliability in that area. For myself, the router speed dropped off once it reached the other side of the single level ranch style house, but the overall STRENGTH of it was stronger than my older model… no dead spots. Side-note: Your access point should you decide to use it, also doubles as a Google Assistant device, where you can ask it a variety of questions, control lights, and more with the appropriate equipment. I do recommend this system, but there is one warning involved – if you have some types of security cameras, doorbells, and devices that ONLY run on a 2.4 ghz frequency, some people can have an issue where they won’t connect, or they won’t stay connected, to a mesh system like this because it transmits on both 2.4 ghz and 5 ghz at the same time. They get confused it seems. Now, RING (doorbells, cameras, etc) tech support can walk you through how to get around this. If you are lucky (very lucky) you can get a tech at ARLO to do this, too. Your success will vary and you may have to make more than one call if you do run into this issue, so just be prepared knowing that you MIGHT have to do this to ensure all of your devices work with it. Waving a finger at these other device makers though, they need to get with it and update their devices to work on all wifi frequencies, and better be able to detect, connect to, and maintain connection to, mesh networks. It’s not always the router’s fault – many times it’s the device makers not keeping their devices updated, and one rep with one of these companies even admitted to me they are behind in catching up to working with mesh networks. My one big complaint about the router itself, and it is a big one as others have pointed out, is that the Google router only has one “out” ethernet port on the back for extra devices. That’s it. Camera systems like Arlo require you plug their own hub into one of these. Perhaps you have smart bulbs that come with a small hub as well that need a port, or home phone service, etc. In my opinion, there really is NO excuse for Google only putting one extra ethernet port on this device. Just be aware of this because if you have various things that you currently have plugged directly into your old modem, you may need extra equipment if you are going to use this one to replace it entirely – and the point device has NO ethernet ports. It’s for this reason I won’t give this 5 stars, and really, would drop it to 3 ½ if I could. Yeah – big booboo, Google. Otherwise, yes, it’s a reliable system for those willing to do the tech call work to perhaps get some of their devices to work with it. But you will most likely be rewarded with a stronger wifi signal over greater ranges.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Simplified WiFi to Boost Your Connected Home

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    With internet usage and connected home devices increasing so much in your typical household, the need for high quality routers have become more common. I believe that the best form of achieving this is through a mesh router system and Google has really made an achievement with their new Google Nest Wifi Mesh System. PROS: - The design of the router and the point are very appealing. Everything is smooth, seamless, and its meant to be that way. Google did this on purpose to encourage users to have them out in the open as opposed to tucked away. The router will work much better being out in the open so it’s a good choice to make them beautiful! - Set-Up was very easy. As expected, Google makes everything feel so simplified and straight forward. It was a clean process and I was very pleased with the set up! - This package features a Router and a Point, which is very common for mesh systems. The Router plugs in directly to your modem so that it gets the hard wired internet source. Then the Point can be placed elsewhere in the house and it just requires power. The system works together flawlessly and really provides a strong boost of internet across multiple levels of your home. It is worth noting that the "Point" isn't as strong as the Router, which seems obvious, but I had no issues as the Point delivered much stronger internet than I previously had to an almost dead internet area of my home. - The Point makes up for its subtle lack in power, by doubling as a Google Nest Speaker as well and it sounds great! Once again, this encourages you to place it out in the open but the speaker sounds great, has all the same functionality as a Google Nest Mini, and even has a colorful ring to it. - Lastly, Google really makes this WiFi very easy to manage and just makes it feel so much more accessible than any other WiFi system I have used. By integrating this into your Google Home App and Google Assistants, there are plenty of perks you enjoy. This includes checking connection speeds, setting up Guest networks, see what devices are on it, prioritize which devices are more important for WiFi, and even turn off WiFi for devices aka devices your kids are using. I also really enjoy that you can use a Google Smart Display device to show what your speed tests are or display password information easily. CONS: - The biggest complaint I foresee people having is that the router only has 2 Ethernet ports. One being for the input and one being for output. Sure there are ways around this issue but it would be nicer to have more ports. - At the time of this review, you really need two apps to access every feature for these routers: The Google Home app and the Google WiFi app. Eventually, Google will merge these two apps into one but for the time being you will have to have two apps if you really want to utilize all the features - although this isn't necessary. - This mesh system does not support WiFi 6. It seems odd considering WiFi 6 is moving forward as the latest and greatest in home consumer WiFi, but Google opted against including it in this system. BOTTOM LINE: - This system is an all-around win-win for home internet users. On one hand it can be simple and out of the way for you minimalists while providing easy controls when needed. On the other hand, it can be a welcomed addition to you heavy smart-home users by providing a well-integrated Mesh WiFi system that works so well with your other devices. Google knows how to make high quality products, with comfortable ease of use, at reasonable prices compared to what others offer - this Google Nest Mesh System is no exception and will keep you happy.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Superb Wifi Speeds and Coverage

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

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    I've had the Asus Ac 5300 for about 2 years. Great router for gaming, but doesn't cover the 5,000 sq ft that it advertises. Maybe it does, but my walls are insulated with foam and I was hardly getting a bar in my garage area (2900sq) to connect my 2 garage doors to wifi. I made a decision to buy another Asus router to mesh. I bought the AC 2900 and it really changed the game, but now I was about $500-600 invested. The routers didn't look attractive at all since we moved to a newer modern home so I invested in these tiny Google routers and boy are they a game changer. Now I don't worry about updates or any problems what so ever. I am very glad I finally made the move to this new system after many years with Asus. They are worth every penny and more! I highly recommend these to anyone that wants superior wifi coverage and speeds.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Best Router I have ever used!

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    Paired with Arris Surfboard 3.0 (also reviewed), the best wifi service I have ever experienced. I highly recommend this pair. I used to have cable company modem and could not have more than 3 devices connected at once without the frustration of lagging. With my Arris Surfboard and Google Nest pairing, I have had as much as 12 devices connected at the same time and no lagging. I am so happy I no longer have to constantly get stressed about my wifi signal like before ^_^ I normally do not review products unless they blow my expectations away. This product with the Arris surfboard pairing did exactly that. Absolutely phenomenal!!!

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Sleek, Stylish and EFFECTIVE Mesh System

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    Google - Nest Wifi AC2200 Dual-Band Mesh Wi-Fi System (2-Pack) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Google’s Nest Wifi system has been a huge upgrade from my (fairly old) ASUS RT-N66U. One of the biggest differences has been going from a single-router to a mesh system with multiple access points to cover more square feet around my home. Initially I bought the 2-pack (Router and AP) but ended up expanding to another AP due to how satisfied I was with the product. Setting up the system is bar-none the easiest I’ve had to setup. Using Google Home’s app, it’s all automated and straight-forward as you go through the prompt. The only issue I had (which is definitely due to my laziness) is I shared the same SSID and PW with my current router and the new Nest...so of course I had issues getting it all paired up. But after I worked that out, the drop in was almost flawless. Speeds have been considerably faster on all of my WiFi devices (which I have quite a bit of) and I haven’t experienced any dropoff or inconsistent speeds since my installation. Arguably some of this could have been attributed to how WiFi signal dips as it goes through walls or other channels my neighbors are using...but nonetheless it has resolved a lot of what I was hoping it would fix. One personal gripe I have (which is a nonissue for most) is the hardline capabilities of the router itself. If hardline is required, you will have to get an unmanaged switch to fork the connections to allow for things such as ethernet runs or Powerline ethernet (which is how I hardline my computers in separate rooms). Unfortunately there’s only one output of ethernet on the back of the router, so some creativity might be involved with transitioning to this router. Onto the aesthetics, I don’t think there are many mesh systems that are as sleek and provide as much features as the Nest. Having a built-in Google Home essentially replaces the current Google Minis I have spread across rooms. Not just that, but the AP is pleasing on the eyes wherever they’re placed. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- *****Quick Features & Specs***** Each AP covers around 1600sq ft Dual-band 2.4 and 5GHz channels Built-in Google Assistant Ease of setup via Google Home App Lots of management options for the router (IE parental rules, or limiting bandwidth) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- *****What's in the box***** Nest AC2200 Dual-Band Mesh Wi-Fi Router Nest AC1200 Dual-Band Access Point Ethernet Cable (6.5ft) Power Adapter (2x) Manual ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Works well, easy to setup with useful features

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    Network device is usually a serious device and the manual would follow suit. Not this product. Google has made the mesh system user friendly. From the moment you open the product box, you can feel that this is indeed a Google product. Setup is easy and instructions are clear. The router connects to modem seamlessly and the point unit provides you not only a mesh system but also a mini Google home speaker. Plug and play with minimum setup. Shortly, the magic of the mesh system will extend the wifi coverage in your home. That gives possibility to install smart home devices in more areas of your home, such as smart lamp or wireless home security system. I place the router unit and the mesh system on a different level of a building and the mesh system works well. The google wifi app provides you with customization and more settings of your wifi system. The setting might not be as deep as what you would find in a typical router but that should not be a problem for most users, unless you’re a network guy that knows the ins and outs of network and really need of every possible network settings and customization. Google made it easy to set important settings such as determining priority devices, provides guest wifi network, and setup family wifi. The family wifi feature is a powerful tool that lets you to control wifi access of specific member of the family and it also provides safe search technology that prevents access to million of adult websites should you choose to activate the feature. One of the features that I particularly like is the seamless integration to google Stadia platform. The mesh system is supposedly automatically prioritizing connection when you game with google Stadia. I can't really attest to the performance of this feature yet as my Internet bandwith is large enough that connection has never been an issue for me. The prioritization to google Stadia is a helpful feature when you game, though as a rule of thumb, you don’t want to do competitive gaming on a wireless network and maybe not on a cloud based gaming platform. Lastly, the mesh point unit comes built-in with Google home speaker capabilities. The app provides you with options to link popular streaming services to the mesh point unit so that you can play songs from the speaker. The unit recognizes your voice well and it has a ton of useful features. You can use it to set an alarm to wake you up in the morning, provide you with a briefing to start your day, listen to news and of course provide instruction to your google smart devices. I will not use it primarily to play songs, but you can always do that and for a speaker that small, you can’t really complaint about the bass, highs and mids.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Probably the best Google product I’ve ever bought.

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    I wasn’t looking to buy a router but the salesman explained this item to me and I bought it. I have 47 devices on my home network and e always had problems with WiFi extenders. This lets all my devices work seamlessly I’m even able to hold my weekly zoom meetings in the back yard on the patio with blazing speed. I have X-Finity 200 mbs service and I am able to get full speed in the back yard.(241 mbs) It’s worth every penny!My point is near the back patio door.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    True whole house wifi

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    Owned for 3 months when reviewed.

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    I have a 5300 square foot home with basement and 2 stories. I bought the 3 pack and positioned them main floor middle of house. 2nd floor and basement on opposite sides. I have very strong connection everywhere in the entire house and outside in yard. Awesome and fast!!!

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great wifi!

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    Great wifi get solid coverage inside and outside the house. My approximate sq is 3700 and this covers everything my old router couldn’t. The built in app that you set this is is also great. I see everything on the network and what’s being used. This is a feature I use all the time tied to my kids iPads and Xbox in order to kill their internet for bedtime, dinner, lunch and other breaks. Has parental controls in it as well to help protect them from sites and I can do network and Speedtest that are built in to check wifi. Really great system and having the google home function built in to play music, answer questions or use it like an intercom and broadcast to the house is an awesome feature too! Btw they look really nice and are compact!

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Nice, but Quirky...

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    My system is rather complex: a high end home theater system including 2 TVs, 2 Apple TV 4Ks, Roku, Blu-Ray player, & pre amp all connected to a 16 port TCP Link Ethernet switch. My ISP is AT&T Fiber. All of my my AV equipment is on a rack in a closet and this has created a WiFi 'dead spot' in my main viewing room since the AT&T router/modem is also on the AV rack in the closet. Enter Google Nest. I've had the Nest Wifi for over a month. Initial setup is a breeze. I installed the Home app on my iPhone and there were no issues. Voice command setup went well too. I have it placed on my kitchen counter next to my HT room and, as advertised, it provides a separate network. No more dead spot. I leave all the other HT devices connected ethernet using the AT&T Router network and I mainly use my laptop on the Google network. The connection is stable, and with all the other devices connected on the other network, there's no lag at all. I have a Sirius subscription and it is easy to link the account with Nest to stream thought it as well, which I use all the time. Now the bad part: After about two weeks of use out of the blue, the Point was no longer recognizing ANY of my voice commands. I would ask it play channel number *** on Sirius and it would reply "I'm sorry, I don't recognize that artist. It was like I was speaking a different language, NOTHING was making sense from this device anymore. Out of frustration, the only thing I could do was a factory reset of the Router & Point. Since then, things have been back to where they were before. However, many times while it is streaming either Sirius or my favorite Internet radio station, it will stop on it's own for no reason. There is still a connection when this is happening because I am using my laptop at the same time on the same network without issues. This happens quite a lot. Overall, I would say this a great WiFi nest and a so-so device for streaming for the reasons I mentioned.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Amazing Upgrade

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    As a longtime owner of the previous generation Google WIFI, I’m definitely impressed with this surprising update. Setup was a breeze and the results speak for themselves. The previously required Google WIFI app still has a place when needing advanced routing features like reservations, port forwarding, etc... However, it’s no longer a requirement. You can see critical information, manage family WIFI settings, see devices and retrieve passwords from within the Google Home app, along with all your other google smart home integrated products. With the 2 unit kit, one router and one access point, I was able to cover my entire home without issue. The documentation claims that 2 units can handle up to 3800 square feet – so no surprise my 2000 + backyard was no issue. Placement is key, so make sure take consideration when setting them up. The icing on the cake, at least for me, is that the access points are also Google Home Minis. What a great extra little feature for people like myself who have one in every room. I was able to place the access point in the back of the house and finally finish my full house audio setup.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    BEST DECISION I EVER MADE!

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    Owned for 2 months when reviewed.

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    Super happy with these! There is now 100% coverage around my 2100sqft house, including to the 3 outdoor Nest Cam’s that are constantly running in “Maximum Data” mode. We are “cord cutters” and usually have 3-4 (up to 6) TV’s (Roku’s and Streaming TV’s) running (Hiigh Data for those 4K pictures). We also have 2 gamer boys, so there’s always something streaming from them, along with 3 constant laptops, an iPad, and 5 phones. (A total of 23 devices are usually actively using data when we are home). It never slows down, never lags, never hiccups. I’ve never had to go unplug it, or see what’s going on, it just runs like it’s supposed too! I couldn’t be happier with this purchase. Family controls are awesome, the only lacking feature that I miss from my previous router is the “website log” - I like to be able to confirm these teens are doing their homework during the day, but there is no way to log internet activity with these. Apparently Google says that’s a privacy issue.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    What an improvement!

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    What an improvement these made to my wifi! My previous wifi router was not getting the job done. I was getting about 1/10th of the wifi speed I'm paying for. With the Google Nest Wifi Mesh system, I'm getting faster wifi than I'm paying for. I went from 10 Mbps to 115 Mbps and it's amazing. My smart TV would buffer and sometimes stop the stream on shows and movies, my laptop was frustrating to load pages or just emails. Not anymore. The photo attached is a speed test done on my wifi connected laptop which is as fast as the direct ethernet connection my son gets on his gaming desktop. Our cell phones, the PS4 and TV all show getting the same speeds on wifi. The router took a little bit to set up, the point was effortless. I bought a network switch to use with it as I have hubs for smart lights and cameras and the router has only one ethernet port other than the one that connects to the modem. It did take quite some time to get everything connected back up to the wifi but it was well worth it to get the speed. The router will detect the best way to connect. My smart lights connect via 2.4 only and there is no way to manually set it, but it was not a problem as it detected it automatically. I did have to unlink everything that was not Google, and relink them to get them connected. I've had no more buffering or getting kicked out of streaming. The Google Assistant Speaker works the same as the Google minis I have around the house, with better sound quality. I would recommend this system to anyone wanting to improve their wifi speeds.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 2 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Slow speeds

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

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    Alright so I bought a set of these and when it's plugged directly into my modem I'm maxing out at 450mbs download while standing directly next to it, when I'm paying for 1gb. I understand devices have speed limitations but my iPhone 11 gets 550+ when I'm connected to my netgear router. SO, I'm cool with 450mbs if that can hold up, even tho I'd prefer it to match my netgear, but I have a very large space so I bought a second set and I have 6 total units. After hooking up the additional 3 my speeds dropped to 150-200mbs even when standing directly next to the main router. I've factory reset it several times and not sure why adding 3 more units would slow speeds even further. I'm really disappointed with these considering how much they cost. I'll be buying mesh networks from several other brands and test them against these. So far I've tested 1 other mesh network brand and it has performed even worse than the google setup. If anyone has any advice or tips please let me know!

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    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Good but not great...

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    Everything runs smooth however being that the 1st gen had ethernet ports at each access point and this gen dont, is a bummer. Could really use that feature to make this product flawless. That and adding more to the router base would help. Overall happy with this purchase. Does what it says. Extends your connection. And also it has features like priority device, and also allows you to pretty much be the admin for your network capabilities.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Absolute best wifi system available today

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    Not only excelent performance, but extremely easy to use. One is the main router, the other an extender. The extender has a google assistant speaker built in. I have a total of 5 units in my system and you can just keep adding. My house is 3000 sf and covers with 5 bars everywhere. I even have one outside in the pool area.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Fantastic for metal & concrete condo building

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    Great WiFi strength and ease of setup in condo where internet service line is not easy to move. No service interruptions or bandwidth issues since self installed. We even get coverage outside on our balcony now, where traditional Linksys router has trouble getting through the metal & concrete. One wish is that it would be nice to be able prioritize one WiFi device permanently, instead of only a few hours. Also would be nice to have just one more RJ45 connection (only one) for hardwired devices. Great value because I got it on Memorial Day Sale.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    New life

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    This purchase did to my speed of internet is akin to a new birth. I wish that I had made this purchase month ago. No more buffering, watching that spinning on my screen. The options are amazing! Also it gave me another Google voice to respond to. The possibilities are endless. If you're on the fence about this purchase, do it. You won't regret it.

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    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great connection!!

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    I love my Google nest. Ever since I purchased and connected, I stopped having a bad wifi connection. The only times it has lost connection is because my Spectrum router was completely down. I love it! It is easy to connect. As soon as I plugged it, the google home app did all the work. I know the price is a lot, but worth the purchase. Also, Google talks to you and she is super helpful. If you're thinking about it, just do it!

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Simple Plug and play wifi with Google Assistant

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    Indeed you have a massive house (over 2500 sq ft) or have a bunch of brick walls, the 2-pack version is probably enough. We purchased this over the Netgear Orbi for is contact design, ability to have Google Assistant and the fact we have a bunch or text that runs through the Google Home app. Pretty easy to set up and the wifi is solid.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
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