Last month, unreleased Nest Wi-Fi a WiFi 6E sports variant was spotted passing through the FCC. The same device has already appeared on a retailer’s website, along with a starting price of $199. Things are happening now.

Seen on B&H photo, the price for a single point is that $199, but jumps to $299 for a 2-pack and $399 for a 3-pack. Colors shown include Snow (white), Linen (light brown), Mist (light blue), and Lemongrass (light yellow/green) that align well with the colors we have for other current Google products. Other than those colors, we have no idea what the real Nest WiFi Pro looks like.

The only other details we think we know are Google Assistant support, as well as the lack of specific ‘point’ units. The retail listings don’t mention points, meaning there’s no difference between units within the Nest WiFi Pro bundle.

With a retailer jumping the gun, it looks like we may be getting closer to a launch. Maybe around the Pixel 7 announcement? We will see.

// 9to5Google

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