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Ask us anything about the new Nest Thermostat (Q&A)

Ask us anything about the new Nest Thermostat (Q&A)

Google's Nest brand has seen a resurgence in recent years, introducing hot new products like Nest Wifi and Nest Audio. But as cool as these gadgets are, Nest's intelligent thermostats are still some of its most recognized products to date. Our Managing Editor Ryan Whitwam has been using the latest Nest Thermostat for a little over a week, and he's ready to answer your questions.

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You can now buy the new, more affordable Nest Thermostat at the Google Store, Best Buy, Home Depot, and more

You can now buy the new, more affordable Nest Thermostat at the Google Store, Best Buy, Home Depot, and more

Google's completely redesigned Nest Thermostat is now generally available for purchase at retailers, escaping pre-order limbo at the Google Store as sales open at other storefronts. It's minimal, attractive, and pretty cheap at just $130, making it pretty low-risk if you want to pick one up before we publish our full review.

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Google unveils completely redesigned Nest Thermostat priced at just $129.99

Google unveils completely redesigned Nest Thermostat priced at just $129.99

Google hasn't released an updated smart thermostat since the Nest Thermostat E in 2017, but a new one is coming in just a few weeks with a simpler design and a lower price tag. You can pre-order the new thermostat today in four great colors for a mere $129.99. That's $40 less than the Thermostat E and $120 less than the 3rd Gen Nest. Despite what you may have heard, there are no Soli-based gestures. There is a Soli sensor inside, but it's just for motion detection.

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New Nest thermostat from Google hits FCC, may have Soli-like gesture support

New Nest thermostat from Google hits FCC, may have Soli-like gesture support

A new and previously unknown thermostat from Google just hit the FCC. The (probably Nest-branded) thermostat was filed confidentially, so things like images aren't included in the FCC's library of information regarding the product, but there is one very curious detail: Explicit support for 60GHz frequencies at power levels identical to the Pixel 4. These ultra-high frequency bands are only really used for a few things, and our bet is on Google's Soli motion gestures.

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