Amazon eero mesh WiFi system – router replacement for whole-home coverage (3-pack)
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- Whole-home coverage - An eero 3-pack is a whole-home WiFi system that replaces your router and covers up to 5,000 sq. ft.
- Works with Alexa - With eero and an Alexa device (not included) you can easily manage WiFi access for devices and individuals in the home, taking focus away from screens and back to what’s important.
- Works with your internet service provider - Eero connects to your modem to bring your existing internet connection to every corner of your home.
- Set up in minutes - The eero app walks you through setup in less than 10 minutes and allows you to manage your network from anywhere.
- Don’t let WiFi slow you down - Get the most from your WiFi by streaming, gaming, and working from anywhere in your home.
- Gets better over time - Automatic updates keep your network safe and secure.
- TrueMesh technology - Eero intelligently routes traffic to avoid congestion, buffering, and dropoffs.
- Easily expand your system - With cross-compatible hardware, you can add eero products as your needs change.
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Say goodbye to dead spots and buffering
eero seamlessly connects your entire home with reliable WiFi. Finally, you can stream, surf, and game from anywhere.
Introducing support for Apple HomeKit-enabled routers
With Apple HomeKit, eero gives you even more protection of your HomeKit accessories and an easy way to manage what they are allowed to communicate with in your home and through the internet.
Set up in less than 10 minutes
Get the eero app for iOS or Android.
Disconnect your modem and anything connected to it.
With the modem unplugged, open the app and follow along.
Convenience and control
From the eero app, you can see what's happening on your network, check device usage, share your network with friends, or even pause the internet.
Works with Alexa
With eero and an Alexa device (not included) you can easily manage WiFi access for devices and individuals in the home, taking focus away from screens and back to what’s important.
Your data is on lock-down with eero
eero Secure gives your family essential tools like threat scans, content warnings, and ad-blocking. Upgrade to eero Secure+ to get an exclusive bundle of top-rated security apps — Encrypt.me, 1Password, and Malwarebytes.
eero Secure and eero Secure+ are paid subscription services. Start a free 30-day trial in the eero mobile app.
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|Price||From: $174.00||From: $399.00||From: $399.00|
|WiFi coverage||Best for homes up to 5,000 sq. ft.||Best for homes up to 5,500 sq. ft.||Best for homes up to 6,000 sq. ft.|
|Wireless network speed||Best for internet speeds up to 350 Mbps||Best for internet speeds up to 350 Mbps||Best for internet speeds up to 550 Mbps|
|WiFi connectivity||Dual-band 2.4GHz and 5GHz||Tri-band (eero Pro), Dual-band WiFi extender (eero Beacon)||Tri-band 2.4GHz, 5.2 GHz and 5.8 GHz|
|Ethernet ports||6 Ethernet ports (2 per device)||2 Ethernet ports on eero Pro||6 Ethernet ports (2 per device)|
|Placement||Countertop||Countertop (eero Pro), wall outlet (Beacon)||Countertop|
eero mesh WiFi system
Covers up to 5,000 sq. ft.
Router (connects to modem as primary router)
Wireless network speed
Best for internet speeds up to 350 Mbps
Dual-band WiFi radios, simultaneous 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, 2x2 MU-MIMO, beamforming, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
2 auto-sensing Gigabit ports for WAN and/or LAN connectivity
Smart home connectivity
Works with Alexa, Amazon WiFi simple setup, Apple HomeKit, Bluetooth LE 5.0
Processor, memory and storage
700 MHz quad-core processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB flash storage
Security and network services
WPA2 encryption, Family Profiles, DHCP, IPV6, NAT, VPN Passthrough, UPnP, Static IP and Port Forwarding
Required for setup
Supported iOS or Android device, Internet service (with cable or DSL modem, if required). Learn more about setup.
Operating: 0˚C-35˚C, Storage: -25˚C-60˚C, Relative humidity operating: 20%-90% non-condensing, Operating altitude: <3000 m
98 mm x 98 mm x 60 mm
Warranty and Support
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I am testing & reviewing more than 50 different brand of routers ( stand alone & mesh) for years, and I can tell y'all that IF you have maximum of 1500 Sq ft of house/apartment, that's newly built & no basement, just get a stand alone tri-band router, that has 4-5 stars review.
If your place is more than 1500 sq ft. with basement, old, lots of hard walls, etc... then get a MESH router that is:
* Tri-band (NOT Dual-band), why? So you will get the speed you're paying for, every month
* A router & satellite that has 6 or more antenna, as it will not just cover more, but it can see you 360 degrees
* WiFi 5 or Wifi 6 (especially IF you have more than 25 devices connected, all the time)
* Have a history of updating the software 5-6 times a year
* Giving a free security suite, not for just a one month, but for a year or forever
And ALL those important things I just said, this router doesn't have!
DO NOT LISTEN to people will say, it's OK for those who have lower than 200Mbps connection, WRONG! Why? Because that 200Mbps is only when you're hardwired, but when you connect ANY of your devices to this EERO, the speed you will get is only half of that OR most of the time, even you're near the router/satellite, you will only get 1/4 of 200Mbps.
I tested ALL known Tri Band Mesh Router, and they are much faster than ANY Dual Band Mesh router, any day.
So, when you are paying for 200Mbps internet speed, and you're using like a Netgear ORBI RBK53, that speed will be almost in every corners of your place, even outside (front and back patio).
ALL these manufacturers CAN give us those 5 points I just said between $200 - 300 (for 3 pcs.), but they just don't like to, as I've seen SALE prices of Netgear Orbi RBK53 (3 pcs.) for just $300.
We should NOT buy those DUAL BAND MESH ROUTER, so they will change it to a much better hardware and software and NOT charge us for a obsolete technology, an arm and a leg.
I have now the Amazon made EERO, and I'm paying for Spectrum Gig speed, and the fastest I can get is 400Mbps (LITERALLY NEAR the Main router), but with Deco M9, Orbi, Zyxel, etc... Tri Band Mesh Router & ALL stand alone Tri Band routers, I can reach 700-800Mbps in the same location & devices.
And y'all will say, those are expensives, NOT REALLY, as I've seen Deco M9 with 3 pcs. for only $230 at Costco, etc... and many others brand that can give you a much faster speed and wider coverage, between $250 - $350.
Again, DO NOT BELIEVE on the LIES of those will say, dual band MESH router is OK, bla bla bla...
I personally showed to people the difference (when I uninstalled/installed the Amazon EERO vs Netgear ORBI using NOTE 10 Plus, iPad Pro 11 & Surface Book 2) of the speedtest results, for almost the same price, but the ORBI can reach 800Mbps & EERO with only 400Mbps wirelessly, so how much more when you're paying for 200Mbps or 100Mbps? Then that Amazon EERO will only give you 100Mbps or 50Mbps wirelessly, almost anywhere your place, unlike MOST Tri-Band Mesh Routers, they can still give you 200 or 100Mbps...
Save your money, and just get WIFI 5 or WIFI 6, that's TRI BAND MESH ROUTER.
Have a great day to ya'll...
Here are a few key excerpts.
They will collect "family profile names, device hostnames, firmware data, Application clickstream, WiFi channel usage information, types of connected devices, the association of devices with a specific family profile, and WiFi signals from other WiFi systems in the area"
They collect "your mobile device’s unique device ID number and manufacturer, MAC address, hostname, IP addresses, and how you use the Application(s)"
If they make any (even ineffective) attempt to anonymize your data then they say they "reserve the right to use Anonymous Data for other purpose and disclose Anonymous Data to third parties in our sole discretion."
They really can share anything you send over the network with others, specifically they claim they could "share some or all of your Personal Data in connection with or during negotiation of any business transaction, including merger, acquisition or dissolution, transaction or proceeding involving sale, transfer, divestiture, or disclosure of all or a portion of our business or assets."
They are linking to "marketing tools such as Facebook's Custom Audience Lookalike Audience program that enables us to display personalized ads to consumers with characteristics similar to those of our existing eero customers". Facebook's Custom Audience tool has been used for some seriously bad ways.
If you try to opt out, this is what happens: "You may request deletion of your Personal Data by us, and we will use commercially reasonable efforts to honor your request, but please note that you will not be able to use your eero Devices if we have deleted the Personal Data in your Account."
If resisted Alexa because a device monitoring your conversations and reporting on them all the time is too creepy, them say no to this device too. It is doing the same thing for any conversation or activity you do over the network which for many of us is even more invasive than the audio conversations we have.
This is coming from someone who teaches computer networking in college.
Do yourself (and the world) a favor and vote with your feet and wallet.
Get a wireless router that will just pass your packets from place to place and mind its own business otherwise!
Ordered the new Eero system the day after launch and received a day later.
Running a smart home with 46 connected devices I was cautious.
Took down the existing WiFi.
Placed the router into ethernet only.
Connected the first Eero
Cloned the SSID on the Eero (used the same name and password)
Updated the Eero and within 2 min all devices had connected.
Deployed the second in the bedroom and the third in the basement under the bedroom.
Speeds are 78-80mps on the far sides of the house and 80-100 in the main open space.
Total setup time was 30 min including moving a few things, running updates and setting up the account.
ALL of my devices connected back to the network with no issues even the more frustrating smart home devices that only use 2.5ghz. All working almost instantly.
No rebooting of any connected devices was needed. Sonos, Apple TV, Hue, Switches, Mac's, Nest Cameras, Wyze Cameras and sensors, Google Home all connected effortlessly
This is the budged friendly solution you are looking for.