I didn't realize the AT&T versions of Pixels couldn't be bootloader unlocked once it's paid for. I presumed once it's paid for that it was carrier unlocked and that OEM unlocking would be ungrayed. It's hard for me to keep track - I know that's the case for T-Mobile.
Interesting. In my opinion, they should also just go ahead and start making 2.5Gb ports the base standard, as well. My first self-built desktop with gigabit Ethernet was from 13 years ago! Time to retire the standard. I know gigabit is still more than what the average user needs, but typically home networking uses faster speeds than ISPs, and gigabit internet is getting more and more common, although I mostly upgraded because it'll save me money over what my cable internet cost me.Understood on the gt-axe16000, it's great, but Wifi 7 combines all channels 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz, and 6 GHz into a 320 MHz bandpass channel. With 6E, you can only get half that. It's almost there but I can wait another 2 years. Then my desktop, phones, and routers will all be converted.