BuyDig offers the Google Nest Wifi and Access Point bundled with two SanDisk 32GB Extreme microSD Cards for $194 shipped when promo code DIGAPRIL5 is applied during checkout. That’s down from the usual $269 price tag and $5 less than our previous mention before the microSD cards are accounted for ($30 value). The latest version of Nest Wifi offers a 2-node system that covers up to 3,800-square feet at a time, blanketing your home, office, or other space with fast internet. There’s also built-in Nest functionality here, parental controls, and Assistant capabilities. We loved it in our hands-on review and Best Buy customers largely agree. More below.
Those in need of more power can get a Nest Wifi system and two access points plus the bundled memory cards for $294 shipped with code DIGAPRIL5. There’s nearly $380 worth of value here alongside the opportunity to blanket your home even further with internet coverage.
Is mesh overkill for your needs? Consider going with TP-Link’s popular 802.11ac wireless router, which features a more traditional design, for $50. You’ll still get dual-band connectivity and all of the features you’d need in 2019 for a modern setup. Ideal for spaces without too many walls or interference. Includes a two-year warranty. Rated 4.3/5 stars.
Google Nest Wifi features:
- Nest Wifi is a scalable and flexible Wi-Fi system. These Nest Wifi devices work together to blanket your whole home in fast, reliable Wi-Fi and eliminate buffering in every room – with coverage up to 4400 square feet.
- One Wifi router plugs into your internet provider’s modem to create your Wi-Fi network. The other extends the wireless network and keeps your connection fast to devices in every room. For more coverage, add Nest Wifi routers or points to your system.
- Nest Wifi routers are strong enough to handle up to 200 connected devices, and fast enough to stream multiple 4K videos at a time. Compatible with Google Wifi; ethernet ports included on each router.
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