eero Pro 6 AX4200 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi 6 System (B0866VGR6S) - 3 Pack
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- Three-pack of Wi-Fi 6 whole home mesh system covers up to 6,000 sq. ft., making it perfect for larger homes
- Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax; tri-band at 2.4 GHz, 5.2GHz, and 5.8GHz) is backwards-compatible with earlier Wi-Fi versions and can hit gigabit speeds up to 1,000Mbps
- 10/100/1000 ethernet with 2 WAN/LAN ports and a USB port
- Supports more than 75 devices at a time
- TrueMesh technology intelligently routes traffic to reduce drop-offs for seamless 4K streaming, gaming, video conferencing, and more
- Connects compatible devices on your network with Amazon Alexa, so you don't need separate smart home hubs for each device
- NAT firewall, parental controls, guest access, and even more features
- Easy to set up and manage via the eero app, with automatic updates keeping you secure and using the latest features
Wireless Networking Features
Network Security / Management Features
- 3 x eero Pro 6
- 3 x Power Adapters
- 1 x Ethernet cable
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Of the 1630 reviewers who responded, 1509 would recommend this product.
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- AWESOME!- December 15, 2020
So easy to set up! The system works great for setting up times for your kids WIFI to end and start. Also, excellent filters. EERO has changed our home WIFI for the better. We have no dead spots now and the speed is maximized. Well worth the extra $$$. Also very pleased with EERO's customer service. I had a few questions before purchase and after and they were great. Highly recommend this product. Our home is about 2000 square feet and an older home. This system also easily reach devices in our yard. Amazing! Finally it works well with ALEXA and amazon devices.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- My 5 star u deserve it eero 6- January 18, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I have used many wifi routers before. but never tried eero nor heard of it, Until I got it . never was positive how it will work . Here are my pros and cons of eero Pro 6 tri-band mesh Wi-Fi 6 system (3-pack) Pros - easy to install - clear instructions given - covers up to 6000sq ft - speed up to a gigabit - it took less than 15 min to setup - bandwidth improved 200mbps to 400mbps - WiFi signals also improved across our house. - best for people who work from home . For downloading, playing games or streaming videos. - a must have during pandemic,were everyone in working from home. - best tech support Cons - a bit expensive . Not everyone can afford it. Overall a must try WiFi system . I am loving it . I use it mostly for conference videos and watching movies . I can see a huge difference from my regular WiFi routers vs eero tri- band. I m the Happy customerYes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- eero Pro 6 Installation - the Ethernet Option- January 10, 2021
The eero Pro 6 provides us with blazingly fast wi-fi almost everywhere and very fast wi-fi elsewhere. Set up is straightforward and I chose to hook up each of the eero hubs to the ethernet for the best possible performance. I finally got tired of the poor wi-fi coverage in my house and, after a bit of research, chose to upgrade to the eero Pro 6. It is quite pricey but the results are excellent and I am pleased to have spent the money on this huge life improving, yes, life improving benefit - like nearly everyone we depend on the internet for both work and play these days.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Next Generation Wifi!!!- November 9, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Eero has always been one of the top names is the WIFI game because of range, reliability, and speeds, and this time is no different. The Eero Mesh Pro 6 delivers amazing WIFI speeds, with great coverage (NO MORE DEADSPOTS), and with a hands-off reliable system, making sure your WIFI is up and running when you need it to work. The Eero Mesh Pro 6 is next generation of WIFI, keeping you up to date by providing the next gen WIFI 6 to your WIFI capable devices. So, you may ask what is WIFI 6 and do I really need it? Well simply put WIFI 6 is the latest generation of WIFI that allows multiple devices to connect to the internet simultaneously, efficiently, and with the best speeds possible. I am currently running with about 50 devices on my network at any given time and with the new Eero Mesh pro 6, I have no connection issues, no signal drop, my WIFI is up and running when I need it and with the best possible speeds. So, my old router, which wasn’t really old but did not provide WIFI 6 signal was not a bad router but I still had some issues with dead spots around the house, some of my devices would not stay connected, buffering issues and I was not getting the best speeds possible. Honestly, the Eero Mesh Pro 6 has been an amazing addition to my household. I have 1000mb down and 40 upload with my service provider and the Eero system depending on my location and distance from the router has been providing the speeds and signal strength on my WIFI 6 device as follows: THESE TESTS WERE CONDUCTED CONNECTED TO THE MAIN ROUTER- 10 Feet - Full Signal Strength - 600mbps Down and 40 up 20 Feet – Full Signal Strength – 550mbps Down and 40 up 30 T0 40 FEET – DROPPED 2 BARS – 150mbps Down and 20 up 50 to 60 feet – 1 Bar signal strength – 20 to 30mbps up and 3 to 4mbps up I am very happy with my results because compared to my old router my connectivity and speeds have been a lot better ***YOUR RESLUTS MAY VERY DEPENDING ON DEVICES CONNECTED AND POSTIONING OF YOUR ROUTER AND SATELITES*** Now lets go over some features and pros and cons of the Eero Mesh Pro 6. Key Features- WIFI 6 (WIFI 6 capable devices) WPA3-Personal, WPA2-PSK TRI-Band technology 2.4 GHz, 5.2 GHz, 5.8 GHz AX, AC, N, Wi-Fi 6, Wi-Fi 5 MU-MIMO (Multi-user Multiple-Input Multiple Output) and Beamforming Wired Backhaul Smart Home Hub 5.3H x 5.3L x 2.1W and 1.5lbs *BETA LABS Features Band steering – Encouraging capable devices to the 5 GHz Band Local DNS Caching- Speeds up page loads by storing domain information at the network level PRO- Range Speeds Connection reliability No Dead spots Small compact units Ability to add multiple satellites Simultaneously handle multiple connected devices Wired or Wireless Backhaul option – I have one wired and one wireless CON- 2 Ethernet ports on every unit Smart Home Hub only works with Amazon devices Eero Secure, Advanced Security and Ad Blocking are only trail features. You can sign up for a subscription for $2.99 a month. In my opinion these features should be included as standard. All in all, you will not be disappointed and I would highly recommend the EERO MESH PRO 6.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Eero is the Way: Your Wi-Fi Search Ends Here- November 16, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] A few years ago, I installed a first-gen Velop mesh Wi-Fi system in my 2-story house. It has worked fine for the most part, though I've never been thrilled with its clunky feature set and slower speeds at the far corners of my house. I've heard eero mentioned as an excellent mesh system over that same time period, but I was hesitant to make the switch until a Wi-Fi 6 version was introduced. Now that I've switched to the eero Pro 6, there's no going back - this is the way mesh Wi-Fi is meant to be. === SETUP === - Unboxing this set is a delight - there are no unnecessary papers or packaging: just the 3 eeros, the power cords, and an Ethernet cable. - Compared to my previous Velop nodes, the eeros are shorter but definitely have some heft to them. Regardless, they should fit almost anywhere and blend into any home. - Setup couldn't be easier, and it's all done through the sleek eero app. All you need is an email address or phone number (no new account passwords to remember), and then follow the simple instructions. The app even runs placement tests during the setup process so you can be sure that you're placing the eeros in spots that will allow for maximum performance. Any of the eero Pros can be used as the main "gateway" (the one that connects to your modem) -- they are all identical and interchangeable, so don't worry about the order in which you take them out of the box. - After all of the eeros are plugged in and ready to go, the app will let you see what devices have already connected to the network, and you can choose to be notified when new devices connected. Each device can be assigned to a profile so you can easily see which devices belong to which person and manage them accordingly. === PERFORMANCE === - The main benefit of eero's "Pro" system is its increased speed and coverage, and I'm happy to report that it doesn't disappoint. My house is over 3,000 square feet and is not wired with Ethernet, so we have always relied on range extenders or mesh Wi-Fi to use the Internet throughout the house. - I placed the eeros exactly where I had the Velop nodes: The gateway node connected to the modem in the office at far corner of the lower level; the second one in the dining room in the middle of the lower level; and the last one in a guest bedroom upstairs, above and just slightly diagonal from the dining room. - Our Xfinity plan is a modest 200 mbps download / 10 mbps upload (although speeds usually top out a bit higher at around 240 down / 12 up). With the Velop system, I always achieved full speeds when I was near the main node in the office, but speeds were essentially cut in half if I was connected to either of the satellite nodes in the dining room or upstairs. eero Pro 6 has completely eliminated this issue: I now achieve a full 240 down / 12 up throughout the entire house. I ran speed tests on Wi-Fi 5 (AC) and Wi-Fi 6 (AX) devices and received the same results -- I maxed out my Internet speed every time. It's so impressive that I'm tempted to upgrade to the next Xfinity speed tier. - Most importantly, the eero Pro 6 has been incredibly reliable. After a full week of use, I've had zero dropped connections from anywhere in the house. Zero resets or reboots. Handoff from node-to-node as I walk through the house is almost seamless. It's a massive improvement over my now-retired Velop system. === FEATURES AND MANAGEMENT === - Performance aside, eero's app and feature set are what really make this system stand out. Gone are the days of confusing, archaic apps and websites to manage your router. The eero app is brilliantly organized and very intuitive. - The main screen of the app shows you all devices that are currently connected or that have recently connected to your system. Digging deeper, you can see exactly which eero a device is connected to, see how much bandwidth any device is currently using, or choose to block a device from connecting to your network. - Parents will love the "scheduled pause" feature, which allows you to automatically pause a user's devices from accessing the Internet at certain times of the day. - The "Activity" section of the app will show you the Internet speeds that are currently being pulled from your modem, which makes troubleshooting much easier when you suspect a problem with your ISP. - New to the app is a Data Usage feature, which caught me by surprise as I don't see this advertised anywhere on eero's website. Located in the Activity section, the Data Usage screen shows you how much data your devices have consumed over a day, week, and month. It breaks down data usage by user and device with easy-to-understand charts and graphs. - Several more advanced features are reserved for subscribers to eero's "Secure" service, such as content filters for children and ad blocking. I'm sure many will scoff at the idea of paying to unlock these features, but I find the Secure+ subscription to be an incredibly good value with 1Password, Malwarebytes, and a VPN included. - There is no username or password required to log into the eero app (you just use your email address or phone number, and then enter a confirmation number that is sent to you). It's nice that I don't have to remember an additional password, but I also wish I could create secondary, non-administrator accounts so that other family members could use the app without being able to change network settings. === OTHER THOUGHTS === - There aren't too many advanced networking settings offered in the eero app, so if you're a power user who needs to fine tune every last detail of your network, you might be left wanting more. (For example: you are unable to create separate SSIDs for the 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz bands.) - Only two ethernet ports on each node. On the main node, one of those has to be used for your cable modem, which leaves only one ethernet port to connect a desktop computer, home security system, or other device that you would prefer to have hard-wired. If you want more ports, you'll have to connect an Ethernet switch. - No USB ports for those who would like to create a network storage solution. - These latest generation eero models do not yet support Apple HomeKit. I was told by eero support that it should be coming soon, but they are awaiting final certification from Apple. === OVERALL === For large or awkwardly-shaped homes, the eero Pro 6 can't be beat. This system finally allows me to achieve my full Internet speeds from anywhere in my home. The eero app and features are so great that I have found myself opening the app just to admire how well everything works. Beginners and tech gurus alike will appreciate just how amazingly simple and intuitive this system is to setup and manage. No dropped connections, resets, or errors after more than a week of extensive use. An optional subscription service that actually adds exceptional value. This is how mesh Wi-Fi should be. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.