Which Eero Wi-Fi Mesh Router Should You Buy?
These popular Wi-Fi systems are easy to use, but the product lineup is confusing. Here’s how to choose the right one for your home.
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The promise of reliable Wi-Fi without the need for any technical knowledge or tinkering has turned Eero into a household name. Amazon’s Eero systems are some of the best mesh Wi-Fi routers you can buy, especially if you’re trying to keep costs as low as possible. But with an expanding lineup of similar-looking devices, shopping for Eero mesh routers is confusing. Should you buy three? Do you need the latest Wi-Fi 6E? Are subscriptions essential?
Don’t worry—in this guide, we’ll answer all your questions and help you find the right Eero system for your home. We’ve also rounded up details on how to extend your mesh, what the subscription service offers, and a few handy tips to get the most from your Eero. If this is your first time buying a mesh router, we recommend reading our guide on how to buy a router first.
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Simon Hill has been writing about tech for more than a decade. He is a regular contributor to WIRED, but you can also find his work at Business Insider, Reviewed, TechRadar, Android Authority, USA Today, Digital Trends, and many other places. Before writing, he worked in games development. He lives… Read more