Improve your existing eero Wi-Fi system with this powerful eero hub. Equipped with a 720MHz quad-core CPU, seven antennas and a pair of powerful tri-band Wi-Fi radios, this unit has a generous 40-foot maximum transmission range. Easy to set up and use, this eero hub works within your TrueMesh network for seamless data streaming.
Utilizes the MIMO smart antenna design to deliver improved range while eliminating drops and dead zones.
Up to 2100 Mbps data transfer rates
Provide fast and efficient operation.
Tri-band Wi-Fi radios
Features simultaneous 2.4GHz, 5.2GHz, and 5.8GHz wireless frequency.
Advanced TrueMesh technology
Means that your Wi-Fi is not only fast and resilient but also intelligently adapts to your home.
2x2 MU-MIMO technology
The MU-MIMO technology gives every compatible device its own dedicated full-speed Wi-Fi connection so that multiple devices can connect at the same time without slowing down the network.
Get clearer coverage. Targeted Wi-Fi signals will stream directly to each device.
Dual autosensing Gigabit ports
For WAN and/or LAN wired connectivity.
WPA2, VPN pass-through, and port forwarding
Advanced security ensures your private information stays private.
Security that's one step ahead
The eero updates automatically so that you not only have the latest features, but the latest security.
Manage screen time
With Family Profiles, manage your family's screen time by creating profiles, setting schedules, managing devices, and pausing the Internet for bedtime or important family moments, such as dinner.
The eero app
Lets you manage your network from the palm of your hand, so you'll know how many devices are connected and the Internet speed you're getting from your ISP.
After extensive research, I went with this Mesh Router System. Less than 2 years earlier, I purchased a Linksys Velop, dual band mesh router system (2 nodes). I should be able to download 700mbps through xfinity. The day before I purchased my Eero pro system, I was only pulling down 70mbps (it was dying). Obtaining a DHCP lease from my Xbox and Ecobee was nearly impossible. I should have gotten a few more years out of it. I’ll never go Linksys again.
The app on the eero system is MUCH better. The Linksys App was duplicating my devices. I can group my devices associated with my kids. I no longer need my Disney Circle to pause connectivity with my children. I think my only gripe is Eero wants me to pay for ad blocking, and spyware tracking. It just provides stats without any detail. I am on a month long trial at the moment. Not really worth it in my opinion (no justification for me to pay 2.99 a month). It is a bit pricey, but I had a hundred bucks in coupons from BB and NewEgg had it listed for 40 bucks cheaper. BB matched the price, so do some price comparisons before purchasing.
My wife originally balked at the pricing. Now, she sings it’s praises. I can easily pull up my ring cams without the wait I had with my Linksys Velop. You won’t be disappointed with this system!!
My son started complaining about being kicked off his Xbox One when playing online. Keep losing wifi or not enough speed. So I bought a high boost/high range router but couldn't get it to work. To that back and picked up this system. With this system it came with 3 boxes. I hard wired the 1st box to the router in the basement, put the second one on the main level, then the 3rd box is in my sons room and hard wired to his Xbox One. Since then he has had no issues. You can wire up to each box for internet or use the wifi.
So now we use the comcast wifi for our home network and use the eero network for all of our phones, tablets, gaming & guest use.
Highly recommend buying this system if your having wifi strength issues!
Also you download an app in which you can monitor which devices are the most data etc. Can even do restrictions and turn off times for the little ones (devices) that want to play online all night!
The Eero system is by far the best wifi system on the market.
Originally I had a Nighthawk and had to run ethernet cables through the attic to hard wire my gaming devices in other rooms. Had issues with it not doing well with Netflix, (even though I have 950mpbs with Spectrum) so I decided to upgrade my router.
Then, I tried my first mesh system which was ORBI.
With a mesh system, I realized I could get rid of all the ethernet cables that I had run in the attic, and just get a couple 8 ft Ethernet cables to run from each Orbi pod to the laptop or console.
Orbi worked fine for a bit but then had an update and kept crashing/dropping during some important ranked games which upset myself and the other gamers in my home.
Since I did my final upgrade to the Eero pro wifi system, I haven’t had an issue at all. The signal has been optimized and the connection hasn’t ever dropped (only during updates or system changes).
I have recommended the Eero system to other friends and family, due to the fact that it hasn’t failed me during my whole experience and pretty much guarantees that if I have an issue (red light on the Eero pod) that it would be my internet provider and not the Eero equipment.
I live in an old 4700 sq. ft. house that has thick plaster and metal lathe behind all the walls so I got so tired of having multiple routers throughout my home and the struggle of trying to hide ethernet cords. I bought the eero pro, and subsequently one additional eero pro and one becon, and the internet works exceptionally well now! Awesome product, 100% recommend.
I replaced a Netgear nighthawk combo modem/router which worked pretty good for speed and coverage but would not reach into corners of garage to connect some smart switches/plugs. For a couple days, I had the eero system connected to the this original modem/router combo (and didn’t even shut down the two 5Ghz and 2.4Ghz WiFi signals from original and eero worked fine. Picked up an Arris Surfboard “modem only” with 3.1 docs for future faster speeds (currently we get 200MB download speed From Mediacom) and connected to the eero Pro wi-fi system. Works great.
While this is an expensive system, the quality of the eero hardware is exceptional. Looks like a product you’d expect from Apple (iPhone, Mac, etc). We use apple HomeKit for home automation, so is pumped I’m the worst-if system ties into Apple HomeKit.
The quality of the app that is used during set up is excellent. Very easy to set up and helps you optimize placement of each of the three Wi-Fi hardware units. I have one on each end of the house and one in the garage and the mesh system works flawlessly.
It’s really great being able to quickly check your Internet and Wi-Fi output on a smart device. The “far away from original modem/router” smart switches and plugs that previously did not work, now work great.
I highly recommend this system.
I purchased this WiFi mesh system because I was consistently losing WiFi connections with my smart devices and laptops. I have a 2000 square foot home 2 stories with over 80% of the home connected with Z-wave, Zigee, and WiFi smart switches and outlets and Amazon Alexas in each room. I have my WiFi system loaded. Since I purchased this item I have had consistent WiFi coverage throughout the upstairs and downstairs. The software if very easy to use even when I not at home. I can monitor connection and check internet speed which remains consistent. I got the Pro Mesh System so I have 3 units and each unit has 2 ethernet ports. I connected ethernet switches to the ports and I was able to expand the number to faster wired connections for some of the various wired bridges /hubs I have for some of my smart devices. This has allow me to place some of my bridges/hubs throughout my home so they can have closer connection to their appropriate device. This system works great and I am very happy with the result although the price was steep. I accomplished exactly what I wanted and my home now has consistent connection and excellent coverage. I highly recommend the investment.
Great new addition for my eero network. Needed an extra one for my pool house, pretty much plug and play and automatically connected to my existing eero network! Strongly recommend if you want to extend your network.
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The Best by Far eero
Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.
This is the best mesh router system I’ve owned. I have purchase and returned more than 6 different brands and finally there is a light at the end of the tunnel and it’s called eero.
A:AnswerThe EERO Pro, like the EERO Home Wifi System, both transmits and receives over WiFi -- no Ethernet or Powerline adapters necessary...essentially, your "main" unit (with Eero gen 1 or Pro, it can be ANY unit) connects as the "main" router to your modem...every Eero Gen 1 and Pro comes with two ports which can be used as incoming, or outgoing. With the beacon system, the main router is the non-beacon.
You can then add on Eero Gen 1s, Pros, or Beacons to your network...any (logical) number of Eeros can be set up in tandem and, furthermore, a box of three EEROs is NOT a married pair. I've installed anywhere from 1 to 9 in a single home, depending on your needs...if you get a 3-pack and only need 2, the third can be used at an entirely different location as a single unit or added onto a different set (I.E. - 1-EERO studio or 4-EERO office)
They all communicate over WIFI, however, in pre-run wired homes, each one can be plugged into the ethernet network. Albeit, this is unnecessary. Likewise, PCs, TVs and other devices can be plugged into an EERO (satellite or main) and will act as if it is on LAN. Think of satellite EEROs as range extenders / access points, HOWEVER, due to their smart appliance nature and chipset, there is essentially no handoff delay and your entire network is seamless. Furthermore, they adapt to their unique install environment to best utilize each device.
1-Make sure that you ping the install locations and each unit has a strong connection to one another.
2-Don't cheap out and install less than is necessary
3-Likewise, don't overdue it and add too many, as this will cause interference.
4-The Gen 1 or Pro system is, in my professional opinion, far better than the beacons in terms of versatility -- the beacons are designed almost exclusively for hallways / staircases.
5-You can add multiple powerline adapters onto an eero network if you really need to....only in cases of metallic flooring / walls or a concrete basement was this necessary.
*5+ years of in-home and business technical support, smart home, AV, security and network installations in the LA / OC California area.
A:AnswerYes, the Eero Pro's do a great job of making WIFI available throughout my house, which is 2700 sq. ft. The 3 Eero Pro system will supposedly cover up to 5400 sq. ft., but I can't confirm that.
Where the Eero's shine is in setup. It's SUPER easy and automated once you setup the first one. I will say that it did tell me once that one of my Eero's needed better placement, which didn't make sense to me, so I left it as it was, and told it to try again, and it said I "placed like a pro". My only point there is that there might a little lag when they are setting up and so if it tells you the placement needs to be better, you might try again before moving.
A:AnswerI also have Frontier. I was having a problems getting a good single at the other end of the house with Frontier, but when we purchased a smart tv and got Netflix we had a lot of buffering and where the modem was we could not hard wire and ethernet cable. I also could not get my phone on home network from the back of house it was always on LTE. We purchased the Pro WiFi System (3 eeros), 2nd Generation and had geek squad set it up. They enable bridge mode on the modem device. I also use the Ethernet connection for my tv with one of the erros (the erro has and ethernet port the beacons do not). So far it works great. I'm not a tech person that is why geek squad set it up.
A:AnswerThe cable company did not want to drill any more holes and install more cable to our home because it was so expensive. They recommended a more suitable wi-fi product at Best Buy’s that had more signal reliability and they saved us a lot of money by selecting the”eero” which worked beautifully.