Cameron Summerson / Review Geek
Last month we reported on some FCC documents suggesting that Google was finally ready to embrace the future with an all-new Nest router supporting Wi-Fi 6E. And while we’re expecting Google to share more info at its October hardware event, a big leak just confirmed all the details.
Ahead of schedule, the popular online retailer B&H Photo Video posted Google’s latest router online with a full product page that confirms Wi-Fi 6E support, along with an expected $199 price tag. However, we’re unsure if that includes a “Point Extender.”
This all but confirms Google’s new “Nest WiFi Pro,” its 6E support, along with several different color variations and combo packs offering a discount when you buy a 2-pack or 3-pack.
Wi-Fi 6E is a significant upgrade to wireless internet for your home, and it’s something we’ve wanted from Google’s routers for some time now. That’s because 6E improves the existing Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) standard, delivering improved speeds, lower latency, and better performance thanks to the 6 GHz spectrum. This will also improve network congestion while preventing interference from other older technologies.
And while $199 for the…
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