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New Google Nest products available for pre-order (Indoor Cam, Outdoor Cam, Doorbell)

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[Google.com] New Google Nest products available for pre-order (Indoor Cam, Outdoor Cam, Doorbell)

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New Google nest products has just been announced. Its available for pre-order. I just bought a new nest hello doorbell. wished I waited for this. Check this link for review about the new nest products.



I know this is not a good of a deal but just in case, you can buy it as a bundle. Just check the special offers page. :-)
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not a deal.
How can an ant carry twenty times its body weight, but root beer floats are still delicious?
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Dec 23, 2008
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Just sold my nest outdoor cam for $200, good move.
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The deal will be buying previous versions on clearance
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The new door bell is a little bits downgrade and cheaper.
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Why is there only 1 colour for the door bell in Canada??!
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sonyHdr12 wrote: The new door bell is a little bits downgrade and cheaper.
The new doorbell is aimed at those who do not have or cannot use the current doorbell wiring, hence battery operated
My phone plan is $400 a month for 500 MB of data.
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Did I RFD correctly?
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rx3864 wrote: Why is there only 1 colour for the door bell in Canada??!
Cause we generally get screwed in Canada with selection of products across the board.
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Is there a hardwire version of the doorbell? Taking it off and charging it every 1-2 months is a bit annoying. Nvm figured it out. Has hardwire option as well.

Currently have the nest hello with the basic nest aware subscription. Wondering if it's worth to upgrade.
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XSnapSX wrote: Is there a hardwire version of the doorbell? Taking it off and charging it every 1-2 months is a bit annoying.
It is wired.

"Powered by a rechargeable battery or a connection to an existing doorbell wire."
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XSnapSX wrote: Is there a hardwire version of the doorbell? Taking it off and charging it every 1-2 months is a bit annoying.

Currently have the nest hello with the basic nest aware subscription. Wondering if it's worth to upgrade.
It sounds like you can wire it, not sure if additional equipment is required, or it is included. It doesn't really look like it is worth switching to the new doorbell if you already have the Hello.
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XSnapSX wrote: Is there a hardwire version of the doorbell? Taking it off and charging it every 1-2 months is a bit annoying. Nvm figured it out. Has hardwire option as well.

Currently have the nest hello with the basic nest aware subscription. Wondering if it's worth to upgrade.
If you actually look at the product page/tech specs you'd find that it can be wired just like the existing one.
Really, why ask RFD questions like this that are answered on the manufacturers product page...
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XSnapSX wrote: Is there a hardwire version of the doorbell? Taking it off and charging it every 1-2 months is a bit annoying.

Currently have the nest hello with the basic nest aware subscription. Wondering if it's worth to upgrade.
You can wire the new doorbell to work with your existing chime. But you will still not get 24/7 recording as the new doorbell is not as powerful as the original Hello. They are keeping the current Nest Hello and rebranding it as Nest Doorbell (wired) for those who want the current power and ability to record 24/7. I was going to upgrade when hearing they would be coming out with a 2021 version but after the announcement, I will be keeping my current as the new cameras and doorbell are aimed more at mass market to compete with Ring than the higher quality of Nest in the past
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XSnapSX wrote: Is there a hardwire version of the doorbell? Taking it off and charging it every 1-2 months is a bit annoying. Nvm figured it out. Has hardwire option as well.

Currently have the nest hello with the basic nest aware subscription. Wondering if it's worth to upgrade.
Don’t upgrade, the new bell doesn’t support 24/7 live video recording, and the wide angle is less than before.
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the only good thing I heard about the new doorbell is it can work when there is a power outage and it can also record footage internally. meaning even without internet for a while, it will still work and record events. also I am not sure but it says that the only advantage of having nest aware compare to no subscription is the familiar face feature.
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I hope they start offering the other doorbell colours to us soon.
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So I currently have the wired doorbell, but I believe it might actually be worth switching to this one due to the fact that it does the activity notification processing via on-device hardware vs online

Gotta wait till it releases and look at reviews, but I'm assuming that it'll accelerate notifications received significantly, current doorbell can take like 10 seconds to actually get notified which is honestly inconveniently slow

I wanna get the new cameras also for the same reason (on-device hardware for notification processing) but the mount honestly doesn't look secure at all, and in fine print it even says that if you're gonna mount them higher than 2m, to use the anti-theft cable, which feels like them full well knowing that hard winds will knock it off the mount lol
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As long as they cut 5ghz support in Canada for the outdoor camera these are tough to use multiple in a crowded neighborhood.

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