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.
All of eero's products are on sale during Memorial Day weekend through May 29 — even eero Secure plans which bring advanced security features to your eero mesh networking system and help you get the most out of the purchase.
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.
Having an eero Secure subscription for your eero mesh system adds advanced security features and parental controls, and today you can score it all for just $1.49 per month by using the following promo code during checkout.
You're trying to stream a video on Netflix or browsing the web and the Wi-Fi signal cuts out on your phone. We've all been there, and if you're seeing regular Wi-Fi connectivity issues on your phone, there are a few things you can do to fix the problem.
Netgear's Orbi RBK22 is a great entry-level mesh system with a tri-band connection and dedicated backhaul that should be more than enough for most homes. The eero Pro can add some coverage to your eero mesh with a great low profile but won't work on its own.
Both the eero and eero Pro can serve as the start to your eero mesh but the Beacon needs to connect to an existing eero network. The eero Pro adds more speed thanks to its tri-band wireless connection.
Mesh systems can make the most of a tri-band setup's extra bandwidth to keep speeds high. While eero Pro delivers a solid experience in a compact package, Netgear's Orbi RBK50 has more speed and more coverage.
Most routers and even ISPs are making the move to IPv6 which can add efficiency and improved support for more devices but to most home users, the effects won't be immediate. Unless something essential on your network isn't working with IPv6, there's no reason not to use it with eero.
Plume gets the hardware right but it isn't quite worth it for most people to sign up for a Wi-Fi subscription service. Eero keeps things more traditional with a ton of optional subscription features if you want them
One of the great services offered by eero is ability to create family profiles to manage devices, set online schedules, and limit or pause internet access. We'll show you how to set this up in just a few quick and easy steps.
The SuperPod from Plume has some great hardware with a solid balance of feature but the required Plume subscription isn't worth it to many people. The eero Beacon keeps things compact and expands an eero mesh with all subscriptions remaining optional.
A mesh Wi-Fi system is great for improving speed and network access around your home, but eero's system can offer you even more. With its eero Secure subscription plans, you can customize privacy controls per user and device.