eero is a world class mesh wifi system that blankets your home in fast, reliable wifi.
eero Max 7
The eero Max 7 is the first Wi-Fi 7 eero that supports up to 10 gigabit speeds to more of the home, while reducing latency with the addition of 320 MHz channel bandwidths. For customers who want the latest in networking technology, have hundreds of connected devices in their network, or want to maximize the usage of their providers multi-gigabit internet plans, eero introduces Jupiter.
eero Max 7 has not been authorized as required by the rules of the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”). The device is not, and may not be, offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased, until authorization is obtained.
eero Pro 6E
With eero Pro 6E, you can future proof your connectivity with wifi that powers the latest Wi-Fi 6E-enabled devices. Unlike some mesh wifi systems, eero Pro 6E does not dedicate the 6 GHz band to backhaul. So your Wi-Fi 6E devices can take direct advantage of the additional 6GHz bandwidth and experience less congestion. The eero Pro 6E provides up to 2,000 sq ft of coverage per device, and supports network speeds up to 2.3 Gbps (a gigabit wired and 1.3 Gbps wireless). The eero Pro 6E is compatible with all supported previous eero models and with two auto-sensing Ethernet ports, it can be used as the gateway of an eero mesh wifi system, or a wireless extender to expand your existing eero network. Combining eero Pro 6E devices with older generation eero devices on the same network may result in reduced performance across your network.You will also need to use a Wi-Fi 6 (or in Canada, Wi-Fi 6E) compatible connected device to enjoy the full benefits of the eero Pro 6E.
eero 6+ packs a punch by supporting speeds up to a gigabit and coverage up to 1,500 sq. ft per device. eero 6+ works as a smart home hub so you can easily control compatible Zigbee devices with Alexa (account linking required). eero 6+ offers premium performance—without the premium price tag.
eero Pro 6
eero Pro 6 uses the power of Wi-Fi 6.to support fast speeds, and support for 75+ connected devices, and coverage up to 2,000 sq ft per device. The eero Pro 6 is compatible with all of our previous eero models and with two auto-sensing Ethernet ports, it can be used as the gateway of an eero mesh wifi system, or a wireless extender to expand your existing eero network. You will need to use a Wi-Fi 6 compatible connected device to enjoy the full benefits of the eero Pro 6.
eero 6 Wi-Fi 6 router supports speeds up to 900 Mbps and provides coverage up to 1,500 square feet per device—so you can say goodbye to dead spots and buffering. Work, play, video conference, and stream across your home. Set up eero in minutes and get automatic updates, a built-in smart home hub, and more.
eero Pro supports three wireless bands simultaneously (tri-band wifi). As the gateway of an eero mesh wifi system, the eero Pro has two auto-sensing Ethernet ports. One connects directly to the modem and the other port provides the option to hardwire devices like an Ethernet switch, printer, or video game console.
eero is the little router with a big wireless footprint. This economical option still gives you the great speed and coverage across your home that you’re used to. eero offers up to 1500 sq ft of coverage per device and can be a great addition to expand an existing mesh wifi network. With the two auto-sensing Ethernet ports, it can also be used as the gateway of an eero mesh wifi system. One connects directly to the modem and the other port provides the option to hardwire devices like an Ethernet switch, printer, or video game console.
eero 6 Extender (add-on)*
With the eero 6 extender, you can add up to 1,500 square feet of coverage per device to your eero Wi-Fi 6 network . Boost your entertainment-grade wifi throughout your home, get automatic updates, and manage everything with the eero app.
eero Beacon (add-on)*
With eero Beacon, simply plug each unit into a wall outlet to easily expand coverage of your existing mesh wifi network. Add as many eero Beacons as needed to whole-home wifi coverage.
*The eero 6 extender and the eero Beacon do not have Ethernet ports and can only be added to an existing eero network.
To start a new eero network, you’ll need to use an eero with Ethernet ports as your network’s gateway. This is the eero that connects directly to your modem to create your network. From there, you can add as many additional eeros or eero Beacons as you’d like!
Proper placement is critical for optimal network performance. Get started by connecting your gateway eero directly to your modem. We recommend placing it out in the open on a hard, flat surface rather than hiding it in a cabinet, drawer, or closet.
From there you can place additional eeros on any hard, flat surface throughout your home. Desks, tables, shelves with generous space, or counters are great options for eero placement! Please review the eero placement guidelines located in our help center for additional placement guidelines.
eero Beacons offer even greater placement flexibility. This compact device is roughly as wide as a standard power outlet. And since it plugs directly into a wall outlet, there is no need to worry about finding a surface for your eero to sit on. As an added bonus, eero Beacons have built-in nightlights, making them a great fit for hallways, bedrooms, and kitchens. Really, it can go just about anywhere!
When you look at an eero and eero Beacon, you will notice that both share a similar body. That is because an eero Beacon is essentially an eero sliced in half. This smaller form factor makes eero Beacon ideal for any location in your home, and can simply be plugged into any outlet.
A clear difference between most eero devices and eero Beacon is that the latter has no ports. As we mentioned, you will need to start your network with an eero as it has two available Ethernet ports. While this is necessary for starting your network, it isn’t a requirement for adding additional eeros. If your home is completely wireless, meaning you don’t wish to connect any of your eero devices to your home network via Ethernet, eero Beacons are probably a great fit for you.
However, if you do wish to connect any eero devices back to your network over Ethernet or your home has Ethernet wiring that allows you to hardwire your network, you might prefer to use just eeros or a combination of eeros and eero Beacons.
eero Beacons are designed for ultimate convenience. Thanks to their built-in plug, they can easily be placed anywhere in the home. That also means they are cordless, so one less wire to worry about running throughout the home.
eero Pro 6E, eero 6+, eero Pro 6, eero 6, eero Pro, eero, eero 6 extender use a USB-C input, with a cord-to-adapter that plugs into an outlet.
Disclaimer: Works With Alexa only available in select countries. Some features require linking your Amazon account, and downloading the Alexa application or using a compatible Alexa device. Internet connection speeds and availability depend on your internet service provider; if your internet service provider does not provide you with the maximum supported speed, you will not experience that maximum speed. Maximum network speeds, if applicable, reflect combined supported speeds across wired and wireless clients. Maximum wireless signal rates are derived from IEEE 802.11 standard. Specifications assume wired Ethernet connection; your experienced speed may vary when connected to an eero device that is configured as a wireless extender. Coverage estimates are based on normal use conditions. Actual range and performance can vary, and maximum supported speeds may not be available to all customers, due to factors such as local regulations (including power limits), network configuration, interference, connected devices, device usage, building materials, and obstructions. For eero 6+ and eero Pro 6E, specifications are based on use of a Wi-Fi 6 (or for eero Pro 6E in Canada, Wi-Fi 6E) or later generation client device that supports 160 MHz. For eero 6, eero 6 extender, and eero Pro 6, specifications are based on use of a Wi-Fi 6 or later client device. For eero, eero Beacon, and eero Pro, specifications are based on use of a Wi-Fi 5 or later client device.For more information about eero performance, visit support.eero.com.