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New Google Nest Doorbell And WiFi Pro Now Available

10:25 AM October 07, 2022

The world’s favorite search engine can improve your home security and online connectivity. Google recently announced its doorbell camera and mesh router system.

Their names are the Google Nest Doorbell and the Google Nest Wifi Pro. You could preorder now, so you should secure your order before stocks run out!

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This article will explain the features of the Nest Doorbell and the Nest Wifi Pro. Also, we will discuss how to preorder these products and explain the optional features.

Google Nest Doorbell

This is the Google Nest Doorbell.

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Tech firms like Amazon are releasing their line of home products, and Google does not want to miss out. In response, it made the Nest Doorbell with wired and wireless options.

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The former measures 5.1 inches, and its camera runs 24/7. On the other hand, the wireless option is 6.3 inches long and allows for easy installation.

It has a rechargeable battery pack that you can link with electrical wires. Both options have a 1.3-megapixel color sensor with HDR imaging. 

These features enable a 3:4 aspect ratio that lets you view visitors from head to toe. Also, the Google Nest Doorbell allows wide awareness with a 145-degree field of view.

It could also record your front yard to help you check for potential threats. However, you must pay $16 monthly or $160 yearly for a Nest Aware Plus subscription.

Its minimalist design ensures it does not become an eyesore at your front door. Moreover, this video doorbell matches most walls with its four available colors: Snow, Ash, Ivy, and Linen.

The price of the Google Nest Doorbell starts at $179.99. Alternatively, you could pay $15.00 monthly for 12 months with 0% APR financing. 

You may also pay $49 for professional installation. Yet, you could easily skip that if you choose the battery-powered option. The Google Nest Doorbell will release on October 27, 2022.

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Google Nest Wifi Pro

This is the Nest Wifi Pro.

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Have you ever wondered where the best spots for your Wi-Fi router are? You may relocate your hotspot to another room to improve the connection, or you can get the Nest Wifi Pro.

It would automatically prioritize high-bandwidth traffic to boost connection performance. Also, it constantly checks for issues and fixes them automatically. 

The Google Nest Wifi Pro lets you create a separate online network for guests. As a result, you could secure your home connection while letting visitors use your internet.

Parents may also set usage schedules and internet time-outs to control how much online exposure kids get. Also, the router system could block access to specific websites and content. 

The Wifi Pro regularly downloads the latest updates. Moreover, it will work with Google’s upcoming system called Matter, which will allow its devices to work cohesively.

The price starts at $199.99 or $16.67 monthly with 12 months of special financing. Also, you could purchase a 2-pack for $299.99 or a 3-pack for $399.99. The Google Wifi Pro will release on October 24, 2022.

Conclusion

Tech companies expect the rise of the Internet of Things and Web 3.0. In response, Google released its new doorbell camera and router system.

The Google Nest Doorbell can help secure your home. Meanwhile, the Google Nest Wifi Pro can improve your internet connection for work and school.

You may check other video doorbells if you want alternatives to Nest products. Moreover, you can check Inquirer Tech for more news and updates.

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