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eero Home WiFi System (1 eero + 2 eero Beacons) - TrueMesh Network Technology, Gigabit Speed, WPA2 Encryption, Replaces Wireless Router, Works with Alexa (2nd Gen.) $299

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Garbage, get the Ubiquiti products you won't regret.
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Garbage, get the Ubiquiti products you won't regret.
you mean this product is garbage? or mesh concept is garbage? or nothing but Uniquiti should rule the router/AP world?

Unfortunately there are people (like me) still renting old places which doesn't have Ethernet cables running (and can't be added because we are renters) throughout the building ... how does Uniquiti fit in for us? plus need to consider that solution is not too expensive as compare to these mesh system.
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Mesh is an excellent technology. I use it at my home. I use Open Mesh for my needs coupled with pfsense as my firewall. Talk about enterprise class network!
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Update:

Same price at Walmart.com as well

https://www.walmart.com/ip/eero-H.../447065733
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Never heard of this brand.
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you mean this product is garbage? or mesh concept is garbage? or nothing but Uniquiti should rule the router/AP world?

Unfortunately there are people (like me) still renting old places which doesn't have Ethernet cables running (and can't be added because we are renters) throughout the building ... how does Uniquiti fit in for us? plus need to consider that solution is not too expensive as compare to these mesh system.
Everyone is different. Every house is different. There many factors to consider before deciding, Search before giving preference one over other. Everyone's needs are different. I am using Orbi and don't have any complain for 4 story 2400 sqft with 1 gbps connection
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What the heck does "Works with Alexa" mean in the context of a WiFi router? Is it also sugar free?
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The eero is positioned as the apple of this space. Sleek design, super-simple-setup, excellent-but-not-the-top-rated-performance, and - a premium price.

I have it. I love it. But I'm pretty sure that opinions will split right down the middle between the "I want ultimate performance and control" vs. "I just want something that works well and is easy".

If you're having coverage issues at home - the mesh concept does a really nice job of solving them. I replaced several access points/extenders and have better/more consistent coverage - particularly when moving around the house.

Super-easy to set up and manage. Overpriced, maybe.
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e...ero manga sensei??(Yes im joking😃)
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I've bought and tested almost all the popular mesh wifi system available on market last month. The only one that I kept is the Netgear Orbi BRK53. Works perfectly for large house of more than 3000 sq ft.
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I just recently learned about the mesh system, and was using a EA9500 router from Linksys. After having a bunch of issues with the Router itself, and 2 returns to Linksys. I decided to try the Mesh System with the product that Linksys had. I absolutely love the system. It works great. I have 3 towers in my house. One of each floor, and the speed is awesome. I have over 50 devices in my house with a lot of smart devices including lights and cameras.

After reading lots of reviews, It seems that Linksys and Orbi are the best on the market for the Mesh System.
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What the heck does "Works with Alexa" mean in the context of a WiFi router? Is it also sugar free?
No gmos either!
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What the heck does "Works with Alexa" mean in the context of a WiFi router? Is it also sugar free?
You can tell Alexa to pause access (say if you want to turn off the kids internet access during dinner), and then there's a cute feature of asking Alexa where your device is, and you'll be told which AP it's currently closest to.


And - apparently you can do some other things. It's basically Alexa-control for the app.
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