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Google Nest Wi-Fi Router & 2 Points $399 Delivered @ Google Store

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Looks like a good price for the Google Nest Wi-Fi system

Good guys have also dropped their price to match but you might be able to get a pricebeat at officeworks

edit Officeworks have also dropped their price to match

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    2 points?

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      The point
      Each point works with the router to expand coverage and keep Wi‑Fi strong in every room.
      It’s also a smart speaker that you can play music on, find answers and more.

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    Combine with these two targeted offers for extra $55 saving
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/622458
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/625751

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    are these compatible with the old google wifi?

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    Will I only be need a router for FTTP NBN? (nbn box inside the apartment unit) Will the Google one be a good choice?

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      Yeah, it's fine - all you'll need to get up and running is your NBN box and this router.

      You can pack away the router your ISP sends you, or opt not to have one upon signing up.

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      Reading iiNets page on FTTP for their gigabit speeds, they say Google WiFis won't work with their setup as it needs to tag on different vlans.

      If that's no issue, cool, but just in case it helps you now know.

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    Good router, I use it at home.

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    Extra $25 off with LattitudePay if you get it from JB HiFi also $399 https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/627131

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    Are these really worth the money. I need a router for my 2 bedroom apartment but I’m sure there is better value out there?

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      Not for a 2 bedroom apartment. Deco M5 is an OzBargain favourite. A single good Wi-Fi 6 router should be suitable.

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    price beat Officeworks for another 5% discount, but better off with Amex deal (targeted, $30 off $150 spend)

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    I have these and I really dislike them. I’m not sure if I have a faulty unit but the distance on these is bad. My house is 85m2 and I have a 3 pack and I can get end to end coverage but the speed drop off is terrible. I get about 900mbps from NBN box to the router but even 10 metres away (through 2 doors I must say) I can only get about 95mbps. Also the points don’t have Ethernet points which is a big loss.

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    This vs Tenda Nova MW6 ? Anyone?

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      Well the MW6 3 pack is half the price. But sorry cant comment on the two besides the price

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      Tenda Nova MW6.

      CPU - single core 1Ghz.
      RAM - 128MB.
      Ethernet - maximum of around 700Mbps.
      Wi-Fi - up to around 400Mbps.

      Nest Wi-Fi Router.

      AC2200 4x4 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi.
      CPU - quad core 1.4Ghz.
      RAM - 1GB.
      Flash - 4GB.
      Ethernet - maximum of around 920Mbps.
      Wi-Fi - up to around 650Mbps.

      Nest Wi-Fi Point.

      RAM - 768MB.
      Flash - 512MB.

      Neither support VLAN 802.1q if your ISP uses that.

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        Where do you source the maximum Ethernet and wifi speeds for devices?

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        Tenda Nova MW6 - AC1200 4x4 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi.

        Nest Wi-Fi Point - AC1200 2x2 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi.

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          Thanks for the deets, amazing. For use with NBN HFC 250mbps plan (Superloop) either is fine it seems.

          However, Google wifi seems more reliable and capable than Tenda hands down.

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    Tenda mw6 can be problematic. I have used both and the Gwifi is better, pretty much set and forget.

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    So this doesn't have WiFi6/6E?

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      Nah Nest Wi-Fi is Wi-Fi 5. At this point Wi-Fi 6E isn't available in Oz.