Google’s Nest Wifi router and remote points are up to $100 cheaper

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Google's Nest Wifi router and remote points are up to $100 cheaper

There are many ways to start your weekend off right, and unsurprisingly it’s one of our favorites here at Verge Deals comes with some quality tech offerings. First off is the Google Nest Wifi mesh router system. Wellbots is offering a few different configurations of the Nest Wifi at special discounts, including the standalone router for just $119 ($50 off using code 50VERGE at checkout), the router, and an additional point to expand the mesh network for $189 ($80 off with code 80VERGE) and the router plus two points for $249 ($100 off with code 100VERGE).

The key here is to choose the right decor for your home based on how much space you need to cover. The Nest Wifi router itself is rated for up to 2,200 square feet of coverage, and adding just one point to the mix expands that to 3,800. A house with a tricky layout or thicker walls can benefit from a point or two to expand the mesh network, even if it’s not a lot of space. Adding a dot to the equation has another benefit: each acts as a smart speaker for playing music, podcasts and accessing the Google Assistant. So when it comes down to which of these Wi-Fi 5 enabled setups is right for you, consider the factors of coverage, convenience and cost that are right for you. Read our review.

Google Nest Wifi router bundle

Google’s Nest Wifi routers and point extenders have a nondescript design. The router has two Ethernet ports, while the Point can be used like a smart speaker. Use codes 50VERGE and 80VERGE for discounts at the Wellbots checkout.

There’s a lot going on with 1Password’s service subscriptions. New customers can sign up for a year of 1Password’s password manager service and receive a 50 percent discount on an individual plan or a 50 percent discount on a family plan. Both are billed annually, with the family plan being especially cheap if you need more than one account.

The Individual plan gives you a personal account with access to unlimited devices for only $17.94 for the first year of service as opposed to the regular $36. The family plan gets you five accounts for $30 the first year instead of the usual $60. We’ve seen these 1Password deals drop by as much as 60 percent before, so while this deal isn’t the absolute best, it’s pretty close. If you want to protect your personal information with an easy way to generate strong passwords (and we all do), this is a good way to go.

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1Password Subscription (Family plan, annual cost)

The 1Password Family Subscription grants up to five people individual access to 1Password services. Normally $5 per month, this limited-time offer drops the price to $2 per month for up to a year.

If you have an Xbox Series X or Series S and want to have a lot of games installed at once, the onboard storage can feel a lot more limiting than it first sounds on paper. Many AAA titles are 60GB or more each, some like it Call of Duty Warzone almost 100 GB occupied alone. Yes, you can Plug in a USB HDD and load some games into the cold storage, but they’ll have to be moved back to the internal SSD when it’s time to play.

So if you really want more storage, Seagate’s 2TB Xbox expansion card, which normally costs $399.99, is currently discounted to $380.90 on Amazon. I know that’s still a pretty penny for 2,000GB (or about 21 more copies of Call of Duty Warzone), but these little expansion cards rarely go on sale. They’re also just as fast as the internal storage on the Xbox Series X and S, and plug into the back of the console – so there’s no ugly USB cable and drive next to your Xbox.

Planning a fun getaway or trip for the upcoming Memorial Day holiday weekend? If you want something that will help you capture some memories while engaging in fun outdoor activities, the GoPro Hero 10 Black with an extra battery and dual battery charger is down to $399.99 on Amazon.

This is GoPro’s latest action camera and while it looks very similar to the previous Hero 9, it’s much faster thanks to its GP2 processor. The Hero 10 Black captures up to 5.3K 60fps footage and even 120fps slow motion at 4K resolution. It also keeps the front-facing screen of its predecessor, so it’s a lot easier to frame your shot if you’re mounting the camera on something like a bike. One of the Hero 10’s few downsides is its so-so battery life, but that’s one of the reasons this deal is so great — for around $400 you get an extra battery, as well as a dual charger to keep both packs hassle-free. up and ready. Read our review.

GoPro Hero 10 Black

The GoPro Hero 10 Black offers a new processor that enables recordings in 4K resolution at 120 frames per second.

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