The one router model isn’t working
Relying on a single router is like asking a loud speaker in your living room to provide great sound throughout your home. It’s simple physics: WiFi waves don’t go through walls well and have an even harder time climbing stairs? Ever tried to stream a show from your bedroom when your router’s in the office downstairs? It’s a buffering nightmare.
To solve this, you need multiple access points — devices that broadcast WiFi — distributed throughout your home. That’s what you’ll find in office buildings, both big and small. But these solutions are out of reach for most of us, and all we’re left with is a band-aid solution: range “extenders,” which don’t live up to their name.
It takes a system
With eero, you simply plug one device into your modem. Additional eeros only need power from a standard outlet. Powered by TrueMesh, they automatically connect to each other to create a single wireless mesh network that covers your whole home. If you already have Ethernet wiring, you can always choose to hardwire your additional eeros.
Three eeros cover the typical home. You can start with one and eero-up depending on the size of your space. You already pay for high-speed Internet — isn’t it time to get what you’ve paid for in every corner of your home?
Easier to set up than almost any other gadget in your home, eero is truly frustration-free WiFi. The simple mobile app helps you get your network up and running in minutes.
Easy to manage
Manage your entire WiFi network from a simple, intuitive app. See which devices are connected and the speeds you’re clocking.
Stays new, gets better
Automatic software updates that bring new features happen overnight and only take a minute. That means your eero system gets better with time.