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eero is the world's best-reviewed Whole Home WiFi System that replaces your wireless router and any range extenders. No more dead zones. Now with Alexa Skills.
An individual eero is great if you have a space that's less than 1,000 sq. ft., or as an add-on to an existing eero system.
eero stays new and gets better with regular software updates. With TrueMeshTM technology, eero is the most advanced WiFi system on the market.
Gigabit WiFi speed capability, and advanced settings let you configure DHCP, NAT, VPN passthrough, DNS, UPnP, Port Forwarding, Static IP, and parental controls.
Required for setup: Internet service, modem, supported Apple iOS device or Android smartphone with data connection.
eero is the world’s first whole home WiFi system. A set of three eeros covers the typical home. They work in perfect unison to deliver hyper-fast, super-stable WiFi to every square foot. Stream video, get work done, or swipe right in any room — not just next to your router. It’s simple to set up. Easy to manage. And gets better over time with new features and improved performance. Finally. WiFi that actually works.
eero is powered by TrueMesh, the software and mesh routing algorithm at the core of the product. It’s the next generation of wireless mesh technology, custom-built from the ground up to work perfectly with eero. Taking full advantage of the hardware, it means that your WiFi is not only fast and resilient, but also intelligently adapts to your home.
Mac, PC, iOS, Android.
1-year limited warranty
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Fantastic and game changing. I have a large old brick home that requires internet on three floors. Here is a list of the wireless routers that I purchased in the last three years and that did not work to provide reliable wireless in our home: (1) Airport Extreme (2) Netgear N900 Wireless Router, (3) Linksys EA9200. In a failed attempt to make these three different wireless routers work I also added a Netgear range extender and used an Securfi Almond as a wireless range extender. None of these combinations provided reliable wireless internet throughout our home. Sometimes everything would work and sometimes some devices would get kicked off the network and could not login without rebooting everything. The range extenders often did nothing. Before I purchased eero, I was unplugging and restarting my modem and router at least once a day. Even at its best, I could never reliable get devices to work that required a reliable and strong wireless connection. In particular, I have 5...
I've been wanting an Eero for a long time, ever since it was first announced. The idea of having a mesh network just sounded so appealing. By the time that I finally got around to buying one, a couple of competitors had popped up. The most promising of them is the Luma. So, I actually bought both mesh routers and will proceed to review and compare them here (a copy of this review will be posted on both the Luma and the EERO product pages).
DESIGN The Eero hardware is really awesome. As others have mentioned, it looks like something that Apple would design. Very glossy white and sleek looking. The routers are small squares that lie flat and have power and network cables coming out the back. There's also a USB, presumably for NSCs or printers. Eero also gave extra thought to maximizing radio antenna efficiency: the tops of the routers are modestly rounded to prevent users from putting glasses or other items on top of them (and thus obstructing strong signal)...
I had high hopes for this solution, as it is brining a mesh network to a home/small office audience. In a business environment, mesh networks are not new. There are several access points located throughout a building, and a controller to make them all work together. eero follows that same concept, with one notable exception. For the most part, the "office solutions" are connected using a wired network back to the main controller. eero's approach is to use a hidden wireless network to connect the access points together, and then re-transmit the data on another network to which the computers/devices connect. This is an important distinction--wired versus wireless. It means that the same limitations affecting signal strength from a non-eero implementation will carry over to an eero implementation between the eeros themselves.
So, that leads me to this review...and more importantly, the low rating. These devices lack reliability, probably due to the wireless...
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