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Last Edited by guitarzan1958 August 3, 2019 at 11:31 AM
FYI Beacons are only dual band and not tri-band. Just be aware they market it slimy when they do the pro with a beacon and call it a tri-band system when it is NOT in that configuration.

Don't buy beacons at these prices. Just get eeros. I have 3 eeros hardwired in a 1800sq ft house. Coverage is consistent throughout the house and both yards.

Before and after WiFi signal strength by room (lower numbers better):

RSSI WiFi Strength in dB
FR -43 44
LR -48 52
BR -60 39
OFF -72 43
MBR -75 49

Legend:
Ex -50
Good -50 -60
Fair -60 -70
Poor -70+

I get a solid 50Mbps on every device now when it was an iffy 18-25 using a single WAP. No issues with any of the dozens of Alexa enabled devices installed. If you have a PS4 and are not hardwiring force it to use 2.4ghz only.

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Except known stability issues, especially painful firmware updates. I'm looking to switch.
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Great deal. I've had eero for last 8 months after disasters with Orbi and other systems and it has been flawless. No downtime. No restarts. Updates regularly and easily connects throughout my 4000 two story house, my patio, entire backyard, garage, etc. Beacons are good for hard to reach places but have no ethernet port on them. The main units are really small still and also can find good mounts on Amazon made for these. Slick deal in my opinion. Thanks for posting.
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Worth it to get rid of my Orbi for these?
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Worth it to get rid of my Orbi for these?
Depending on what speed rating of Orbi, this may be theoretically slower. I think this is AC1200.
Although I did some research and this has smaller footprint and way more stable updates than orbi. So I'm going with these.
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Repped. Was just going to purchase this used for the same price.
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Same prices directly from eero.com in case that's important to anyone!

Edit: nevermind, it just links back to BestBuy
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Do the beacons have Ethernet ports? And can those be used to wire a network printer or desktop computer ?
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Do the beacons have Ethernet ports? And can those be used to wire a network printer or desktop computer ?
Nope, but the main units do.
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Was looking for a product to extend Wi-Fi and came up.


eero - Pro Mesh WiFi System (3 eeros), 2nd Generation - White- $299

eero - Mesh WiFi System (1 eero + 2 eero Beacons), 2nd Generation - White-$199

eero - Pro Mesh WiFi System (2 eeros), 2nd Generation - White - White -$189

eero - AC Tri-band Mesh Wi-Fi System - White-$99

eero - Mesh WiFi System (1 eero + 1 eero Beacon), 2nd Generation - White -$149

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sear...&keys=keys
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Worth it to get rid of my Orbi for these?
AC3200 Orbi here.

No sense in switching to Eero at this point. Orbi is still ranked as one of the best Mesh style WiFi systems.
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So do you need a switch if you want Ethernet connections at the main unit?
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Nope, but the main units do.

Is that why one would get multiple eero's vs 1 eero + 2 satellites? Do the main units plug directly into the wall like the satellites or use a wall wart?
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AC3200 Orbi here.

No sense in switching to Eero at this point. Orbi is still ranked as one of the best Mesh style WiFi systems.
Except known stability issues, especially painful firmware updates. I'm looking to switch.
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Great deal. I've had eero for last 8 months after disasters with Orbi and other systems and it has been flawless. No downtime. No restarts. Updates regularly and easily connects throughout my 4000 two story house, my patio, entire backyard, garage, etc. Beacons are good for hard to reach places but have no ethernet port on them. The main units are really small still and also can find good mounts on Amazon made for these. Slick deal in my opinion. Thanks for posting.
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