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the speed of this eero router is AX1800. The same spec in netgear with WIFI 6 and AX1800 sells for $39.99, one should go for it instead of this.Almost half of the price.
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the speed of this eero router is AX1800. The same spec in netgear with WIFI 6 and AX1800 sells for $39.99, one should go for it instead of this.Almost half of the price.
Can you link to the product or give a model number?
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All the eeros are extremely slow so only good for people who have 300-500Mbps ISP speeds. Anything more than that and your missing out on a lot of wireless bandwidth.
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All the eeros are extremely slow so only good for people who have 300-500Mbps ISP speeds. Anything more than that and your missing out on a lot of wireless bandwidth.
I don't agree with you, i have the Pro (Model B1001****), second edition ( like 2016 model ) and i constantly test it and i get usually around 500-600 wireless and on the PS5 900.mbits (wired).

About 400 meters away i have the First gen and i get around 150-200mbits which for first gen i am ok with it.

I can only imagine that with the newest model i should be able to get more speed. I ordered the 6E, lets see.
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the speed of this eero router is AX1800. The same spec in netgear with WIFI 6 and AX1800 sells for $39.99, one should go for it instead of this.Almost half of the price.
You're comparing oranges and tangerines here. Yeah, a netgear wifi router serves a very similar purpose, but does not provide the expandability of a mesh system, and they often provide a bigger and more unsightly package.

Mesh router/extender units are a nice middle ground between wireless routers and business/enterprise access points with a dedicated(hardware or software) controller.

If you ever have expandability in mind, mesh units MAY be a better choice than a standard router. Of course, YMMV.
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I don't agree with you, i have the Pro (Model B1001****), second edition ( like 2016 model ) and i constantly test it and i get usually around 500-600 wireless and on the PS5 900.mbits (wired).

About 400 meters away i have the First gen and i get around 150-200mbits which for first gen i am ok with it.

I can only imagine that with the newest model i should be able to get more speed. I ordered the 6E, lets see.
You cant compare Wired to Wireless that is why I said missing out on a lot of wireless bandwidth. Through wired your supposed to always get close to 1Gbps no matter what your using, I could be using a router from 20 years ago and still get close to 1Gbps through wire.

Now for your other comment the Pro model is actually the quickest one of them all so getting around 500Mbps is the average for that model, that's nowhere near competitive with new wireless systems that can get 800Mbps + and some that can push well over 1Gbps through wireless. The latest Pro model if I recall correctly was hitting around 600Mbps-700Mbps on average so pretty decent but not for the MSRP they want for it.

Finally your Wifi 6E model, get ready to be completely disappointed, every major review of that model said its performance is unstable and speeds slow well under the 500Mbps of your Pro model on average. In short the wifi 6E model is a complete dud, and depending whats wrong with it firmware alone might not be able to fix it, so buyer beware. For the price you spent on that 6E you could have got systems that deliver well over 1Gbps.
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So what you're saying is, if I have three of the older Eero Pro (second edition), and my maximum download speeds through Xfinity are 100 Mbps, there is no reason for me to upgrade to the Eero Pro 6 or 6e?
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So what you're saying is, if I have three of the older Eero Pro (second edition), and my maximum download speeds through Xfinity are 100 Mbps, there is no reason for me to upgrade to the Eero Pro 6 or 6e?
Not unless you're often transferring serious data loads between devices on your local network. It would take about 3 minutes to move 10GB on your eero pro mesh.
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So what you're saying is, if I have three of the older Eero Pro (second edition), and my maximum download speeds through Xfinity are 100 Mbps, there is no reason for me to upgrade to the Eero Pro 6 or 6e?
If you were asking me, yes you have no reason to upgrade at all, unless your hosting a NAS box on the lan and doing in lan streaming of multiple 4k streams.
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Dow this have Ethernet port
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You cant compare Wired to Wireless that is why I said missing out on a lot of wireless bandwidth. Through wired your supposed to always get close to 1Gbps no matter what your using, I could be using a router from 20 years ago and still get close to 1Gbps through wire.

Now for your other comment the Pro model is actually the quickest one of them all so getting around 500Mbps is the average for that model, that's nowhere near competitive with new wireless systems that can get 800Mbps + and some that can push well over 1Gbps through wireless. The latest Pro model if I recall correctly was hitting around 600Mbps-700Mbps on average so pretty decent but not for the MSRP they want for it.

Finally your Wifi 6E model, get ready to be completely disappointed, every major review of that model said its performance is unstable and speeds slow well under the 500Mbps of your Pro model on average. In short the wifi 6E model is a complete dud, and depending whats wrong with it firmware alone might not be able to fix it, so buyer beware. For the price you spent on that 6E you could have got systems that deliver well over 1Gbps.
So what mesh system would you recommend?
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Is the deal still available? I see the price $139.99 for router+extender.
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So what mesh system would you recommend?
Whats your price range, what kind of ISP speeds are you paying for, what size property are you trying to cover?
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Whats your price range, what kind of ISP speeds are you paying for, what size property are you trying to cover?
Gigabit currently running the previous 3 eero mesh system.If it's going to deliver the coverage and speeds I'm willing to go up to $600..
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