Eero’s “Home WiFi” Is On Sale, Pre-order Wireless Mesh Network Now

Without any requirement of a WiFi router this new Eero’s smart home wireless mesh network finally ships to more than 25,000 early buyers today. We bet this new home WiFi really gives you a better internet speeds without any hassle. The shipping kit includes three Eero WiFi devices, which will be placed around a home and used instead of a router, and it can be also controlled with a companion mobile app and whatsoever, you need a guide for that, on how to place.

Interested ones can head over to the official or visit Amazon to make a purchase of Eero WiFi device. A set of three covers the typical home wireless network, which works in perfect unison to deliver hyper-fast, super-stable WiFi to every square feet. Simple steps there for the setup, easy to manage and also equipped with new features and improved performance. Stream video, get your work done on real-time, or swipe right in any room and it’s not just next to your router, though.

Eero’s multi-device appraoch to Wi-Fi hotspot offers superior coverage and ease of use, but rather very expensive with a single unit costs $199. For a thre-pack you will have to pay around $499 respectively. But it does measures up to promise of better, faster, stronger Internet throught your home.

Insead of one router in the middle of your flat, the Eero offers several of its little devices for placement about the home. While the base kit comes with 3 routing devices, each one covering up to 40 feet with the ability to send powerful signals through walls. If your router fixed in the living room and you have a strong signal there, but your Internet tends to be slow enough in other parts of your apartment like the kitchen or bedroom, you will need to place another device from three in that rooms and you should simply start to get a faster connection.

The design of the Eero Wi-Fi device is a slight bit curvier but both are tiny white squares with a glossy top and come with a dual WiFi radio or simultaneous transmission of both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies. Like Airport, Eero supports devices with WiFi 802.11a/b/g/n specifications and comes with a 1GHz dual-core processor and includes 512MB of RAM and 1GB of flash storage.

Of course Eero makes WiFi simplier and stronger. Pricey system though, aims to eliminate headaches and boosts coverage all around. Statement from Eero reads, “is hoping will get people interested in its slick-looking, simplified, app-controlled Wi-Fi boxes, which it refuses to even call routers.”

About the Eero’s basic product, it is a dead-simple wireless mesh network of devices, recommended people buy in packs of three to spread around a home for optimal coverage. The setup required almost no configuration, and, so far, no restarts. In fact, Eero claims its system is “self-fixing,” because it regularly diagnoses itself and fixes problems.

It’s a 1.3-inch-tall white box with a gently sloping top, which is just 4.75 inches square. There are no visible antennas, and only has one pale light on the front, which doesn’t even blink during setup. On its back, there are four ports; one for power, for attaching a USB device, and two Enthernet jacks. In case you want to hatdwire all or part of your Eero network or attach a networked device linke a shared external hard disk.

Updates, diagnostics, and fixes come from the cloud, whereas the whole this set up can be monitored from a iPhone or Android smartphone app, and are similar to Google’s OnHub router. To perform the Eero WiFi system setup, you just use the Eero app on your phone to name a network and select a password for your main system, and if you would, for an optional, second, guest system.

Wi-Fi is like air for living a digital life. It’s possible to achieve that with high-quality, well-configured traditional routers. A bit pricey, but Eero WiFi system works for that cause. Check it out!