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Google Nest WiFi Router & Point £199 @Google Store
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Google Nest WiFi Router & Point £199 @Google Store

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Posted 22nd Nov 2019

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Get £40 off, the all new Google Nest WiFi mesh router & point.

  • Simultaneous Dual Band SSID broadcast (5GHz & 2.4GHz)
  • Scales accordingly to the size of the space, add extra points as needed
  • Each point includes Google Assistant Speaker built in.
  • Control your entire network through the Google Home App.
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I already ordered this today. Then i saw that Argos had it for pickup. Which was rather annoying! haha Ah well. I can wait until Monday for delivery!
Same price at John Lewis, with 2 year warranty.
I think this has already been posted
Edited by: "Spacevsgravity" 22nd Nov 2019
MJtayloronline22/11/2019 18:46

I already ordered this today. Then i saw that Argos had it for pickup. …I already ordered this today. Then i saw that Argos had it for pickup. Which was rather annoying! haha Ah well. I can wait until Monday for delivery!


Do post how it performs as I've read the points are crap on this.
KW25222/11/2019 19:19

Same price at John Lewis, with 2 year warranty.


I'm pretty sure all Google products come with a 2 year warranty now days anyway to be honest.
Is this superseding the original google mesh??
Daniel_Mill527/11/2019 17:39

Is this superseding the original google mesh??


Yeah, it's the new model if you like
There's better solutions for less money.
The_Hoff30/11/2019 09:17

There's better solutions for less money.


Please state . I use av2000 Powerline . Find much better than wireless solutions.
I use Ubiquiti Unifi AP LR. Excellent coverage and easy to setup. Been using for over a year and not a glitch. Needs one Ethernet cable to go into the AP.
sam_of_london30/11/2019 09:20

Please state . I use av2000 Powerline . Find much better than wireless …Please state . I use av2000 Powerline . Find much better than wireless solutions.


Fully agree, been using TP Link AV1200s with built in Dual AC WiFi Access Points, 2 years no issues, so cant really see the value of these for me, still a good deal though for those that want this solution
Would this replace my BT Homehub as the Wi-fi on it is v poor?
PasPer230/11/2019 13:19

Would this replace my BT Homehub as the Wi-fi on it is v poor?


Not necessarily. You may find you need more than two units as intefernce or build of your house varies greatly. It will definitely improve performance in certain areas of your house , probably not the whole place. Also with mesh systems a lot of smart home devices (cheaper Chinese versions) will struggle to connect. Aswell as some expensive ones like ring camera as they search for 2.4ghz. is it worth upgrading over homehub, yes definitely. But not the 100% perfect solution.
Edited by: "sonofgojira" 30th Nov 2019
edcor988930/11/2019 09:54

I use Ubiquiti Unifi AP LR. Excellent coverage and easy to setup. Been …I use Ubiquiti Unifi AP LR. Excellent coverage and easy to setup. Been using for over a year and not a glitch. Needs one Ethernet cable to go into the AP.


I have Ubiquiti Unifi LR
Which my friend set up in my home.
However it really is too complicated for me, looking to change over to something, that when it goes wrong I will know what to do
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