Google and Eero both make some pretty phenomenal hardware, but in the arena of home networking, which of the two businesses is the better bet? We've pitted the new Nest Wifi Router against the Eero Pro 6 to find out.
If you want to build a mesh network at home without Google, there is a ton of competition. Whether you want better speeds, prices, or a different experience, there are plenty of options to get connected.
Google's Nest Wifi might be some of the best-known mesh networking hardware on the market, but it's far from the only option available. If you're looking for alternatives, there are plenty — and many of them blow Google out of the water.
Woot is having a sale on Google Nest Wi-Fi Routers for just one day only. Choose between the single Nest Wi-Fi Router for $140 or pick it up along with two Points that will increase your home's Wi-Fi coverage up to 5400 square feet.
You'll likely want to end up mounting your Nest WiFi at some point in time, as it will provide an easy way to hide those pesky cables. These are the best mounts that you can get for the Nest WiFi today!
Nest Wifi is a brand new option from Google Nest, and a sizable upgrade from Google Wifi, but is it enough to take on Ubiquiti's AmpliFi HD mesh system? We break down the differences and show you which whole-home Wifi system is the one for you.
This is a scalable and flexible mesh networking system that blankets your whole home in Wi-Fi, eliminating dead zones and making it simple to use. This router and 2 point system handles up to 200 connected devices and covers 4,400 square feet.
The two devices work together to cover up to 3,800 square feet in reliable wireless signal. They include a speaker with Google Assistant for controlling your smart home. Seamlessly move around the house without losing signal. Manage devices, too.
The Nest Wifi points not only expand your Wi-Fi coverage but also contain a smart speaker and microphone for Google Assistant integration. Even if one router provides enough coverage for your home, you may still want a point for the extra functionality.
This flexible mesh networking system can blanket your whole home in Wi-Fi, eliminating dead zones and making sure you have access in every room. You can add more access points as you need them. These routers handle up to 200 connected devices.
This is a scalable and flexible mesh networking system that blankets your whole home in Wi-Fi, eliminating dead zones and making it simple to use. These routers handle up to 200 connected devices and cover 6,600 square feet. This is a one-day deal.
If you want a Wi-Fi system with plenty of extra security features and great support there are more options than ever. eero Pro offers fast 802.11ac performance with the option of eero Secure and eero Secure+ for those that want to take the guesswork out of internet security.