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WiFi Deadzones Won’t Bother You Anymore If You Have The Eero WiFi System

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The eero and eero Beacon are the world’s best reviewed WiFi. These connect wirelessly and can cover your entire home. It includes two auto-detecting Ethernet ports that allow you to connect to any other device. You can use your own service provider, and eero will take care of the rest. This way you can eliminate wireless deadspots in your home for good by upgrading to one of the best-reviewed home WiFi systems on the market.

Eero.

The all-new eero is the same form factor as the original, but more than twice as powerful. It’s the only WiFi access point of its size that’s tri-band. Signals can be broadcasted on three wireless radio bands simultaneously with the help of the tri-band. With two Ethernet ports, it is perfect for media rooms or anywhere you have Ethernet wiring.

Eero Beacon.

eero Beacon is half the size of the original eero. It is a full-fledged access point with 30% better performance. Beacon plugs directly into any outlet. Every corner of your home is covered by easily expanding the system. It also includes a handy and intelligent LED nightlight. This can adjust brightness depending on the time of day.

TrueMesh.

eero TrueMesh software is developed using machine learning. The data used for development is collected from hundreds of thousands of real homes. TrueMesh’s dynamic routing algorithms ensure there isn’t a home layout or connected device eero hasn’t encountered before.

With TrueMesh, WiFi jumps between Its. It then travels down hallways or go around walls. Most other WiFi systems only allow for one hop in any direction. So something like a wall can mean that your devices can’t get the WiFi they need. eero allows for more hops with less speed degradation. This way you can cover any home and navigate around any obstacle.

The signal strength between each eero in your home can be recognized by the TrueMesh technology. It calculates the best path from your device to the internet. If there’s a disruption on any part of your network, TrueMesh dynamically reroutes traffic to keep it perfectly balanced. All this happens in the background so you don’t notice a thing.

Automatic Updates.

It is software automatically updates about once a month. This makes eero the only company that keeps your system perfect, even after purchase. The regular software updates include bug fixes and performance improvements. The updates could go up to exciting new features. These include enhanced speeds or a custom Amazon Alexa skill.

Regular software updates bring new features, improve performance. Updates ensure your security is always up-to-date. You will need to download and install the latest software in regular WiFi systems. But with it your system stays new and gets better.

Great performance and easy setup.

A system of eero and it Beacons wirelessly connects to blanket your home in fast, reliable WiFi. The 2nd-generation it WiFi system ensures you powerful mesh WiFi in every nook and cranny of your home, backyard included. No more dead spots, slow spots, drop-offs, or buffering.

It is designed for effortless setup, right out of the box. So even if you are not good with technology, it will be easy. In under 10 minutes, it gives you amazingly fast WiFi. You can start by simply plugging an it directly into your modem.

The App.

The app will show you the placing of additional eeros or it Beacons in your living room, bedrooms, kitchen, hallways, and more to bring WiFi to every inch of your home. With a network that expands to fit your needs, you’ll finally be able to stream, work, and play from every corner of your home — and from the backyard, too.

You can get the basic eero package that can cover a 3-5 bedroom home, just for $299.

Rajiv Patil
Rajiv is one of the founders of Nimblechapps, a web and android game development company based out of India. At Nimblechapps he overlooks delivery, product development and often lends a hand to the in house development team. His personal interest include Travel, Food and Motorcycling.