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  • Whole-home Wi-Fi 6 coverage - eero covers up to 1,500 sq. ft. with wifi speeds up to 900 Mbps.
  • TrueMesh technology intelligently routes traffic to reduce drop-offs so you can confidently stream 4K video, game, and video conference.
  • Wi-Fi 6 delivers faster wifi with support for 75+ devices simultaneously.
  • Built-in Zigbee smart home hub - eero 6 connects compatible devices on your network with Alexa—so there's no need to buy separate smart home hubs for each device.
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Last Edited by scottzee June 7, 2021 at 09:22 AM
They also have the 3-pack of Eero 6 routers available for $226 with Prime Day savings [amazon.com].

Note that this is not the standard 3-pack which includes 1 router and 2 extenders (which have no wired backhaul), but 3 routers which each have two gigabit ethernet ports so you can have wired backhaul.

This is the cheapest price I've seen for these. Normal price is $350, and they're occasionally on sale for $279.
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LastActionHero1 asked this question on 06-08-2021 at 10:57 AM
06-08-2021 at 10:57 AM
It may not apply to this deal but in some cases and for some products, there were better deals on pre-Prime Day sales than Prime Day itself. The beauty is that you can buy and hold till Prime Day - return if there’s a better price
MrCowboy asked this question on 06-08-2021 at 10:57 AM
06-18-2021 at 04:29 PM
For thr price and flexibility.. 95% of the devices won't ever utilize the pro..speeds... if each device that connects to the dual wifi gets speeds of 300mbs.. you can do anything
spooky187 asked this question on 06-11-2021 at 01:32 PM

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Unless they change their mind. Because what are you going to do about it? Seriously, inviting these devices into your home with the Amazon name is just asking for it.
many of us had eero's prior to the amazon acquisition. also, you can't use any amazon device without signing into your account account. until you cannot create an eero account and are ONLY given to option to set up your eero with an amazon account, i'm
not worried about it.
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Does anyone know if the Eero devices that come with the Wow whole home internet service are these newer Eero 6 models or the older ones? Thanks
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If u can afford, get the unifi dream machine
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Bonded MOCA is the way to mesh. Period.
It's is, but is it even considered mesh really? It's as fast as Ethernet just has shared bandwidth
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"couldn't use my phone if it was on Wi-Fi calling mode" .... Is this still true? With this or the TP-Link product? That's not good (for me)....
I haven't had any issues with Wi-Fi Calling with the Eero Pro 6. The Deco M9 became unusable once we discovered that it blocked Wi-Fi Calling on our cells.
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Currently, we are using T Mobile (Asus) router with Google fiber (500 Mpbs). It works fine, but the range is the issue as my WFH setup is at the far end from where the router is. Occasionally, I see network cuts off , especially with workplace VPN, and with kids using the internet for at home schooling due to Covid.

Will this router alone (with no extenders) do any better? If not, I will have to buy extenders, and that's an added cost... Hence my question....
Our house is not hardwired for Ethernet...

Any thoughts? TIA!
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At that rate, why even bother using wired?
Consistency. For me a reliable wired connection at 60 Mbps is far better than a wireless connection at 500 Mbps (or close to it as I have fiber ISP

My main rig is still hardwired to the R7800 router. It's all the various laptops and portable devices and security cameras (Arlo) that I want to have a reliable wireless connection for.
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I ended up going with the TP-Link Deco M9 Costco Deal for $169 on 3 devices. Yes, older tech, not WiFi 6, but speeds seem to be better, setup seems to be easy, coverage seems to be greater. Tri-band backhaul was also a big selling point at this price range. I still have concerns about reliability and consistency, which I hear Eero is good at (even though speeds suck). I'll be getting my Deco this week, trying it out. If it works, great. If not or not as good as I hoped, then Eero will be ordered and tried as well. I have been tempted by other, more expensive options like Orbi and such, but we'll see how this works first. While a higher end Eero Pro or Asus would be great, i've been living reasonably fine with a single 8+ year old Nighthawk other than range. My internet speed is only 100Mbs for now, with potential upgrade to 200 or 500 in a few years. So, no need for a speed demon. Just consistency, range, and reasonably minimal speed dropoff.
I have them for a while now. I don't know what people expect for "reliability" but I've had to restart once in months. Speeds have been pretty good overall and none of my nodes aren't even wired. Now my speeds have halved once I changed the PPPoE setting but still get 300-400s over air. I have 1gb fiber.

I've been looking at Eero pros mostly because HomeKit so people saying invasion is bad with them confuses me. I don't trust nobody but Apple's security among these companies. I also don't want to pay for profiles and monitoring etc. That's ridiculous to me.

Anyway so I'm keeping my M9+ for now until I find a better setup. If it wasn't for HomeKit I wouldn't even bother looking TBH.
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I haven't had any issues with Wi-Fi Calling with the Eero Pro 6. The Deco M9 became unusable once we discovered that it blocked Wi-Fi Calling on our cells.
I have the Deco M9 and have no issues with WiFi calling on att.
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If u can afford, get the unifi dream machine
I have the UDM and as much as I want to love it, I am going to give this a shot and sell the UDM on Ebay.

Unifi makes great devices but this one seems to have missed the mark - its loud and hot, frequently freezes up the UI/remote controls to the point that you must restart it to log into it and then occasionally drops a chunk of my devices. I must restart the UDM a few times a week to keep up and it's frustrating.
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This deal is live again for pre-prime day lightning deal
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