No more buffering. No more dead zones.
eero is the world’s first home WiFi system, powered by TrueMesh™. A set of three eeros covers the typical home. They work in perfect unison to deliver hyper-fast, super-stable WiFi to every square foot of your house. It’s simple to set up. Easy to manage. And gets better over time with new features and improved performance. Stream video, get work done, or swipe right in any room — not just next to your router. Finally. WiFi that works.
How many eeros does your home need?
A set of three will cover the average home (2,000 – 4,000 sq. ft.). But the beauty of eero is that with TrueMesh you can expand your system to cover any home, regardless of its size or shape.
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 simply need power from a standard outlet. 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. With cutting-edge TrueMesh technology, add as many as you need and eero will intelligently adapt to your home. You already pay for high-speed Internet — isn’t it time to get what you’ve paid for in every corner of every room?