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Upgrade to Eero's Wi-Fi 6 Mesh System and Save Up to 37% Today

End the era of drop-offs and buffering with whole-home Wi-Fi 6 coverage that won't break the bank.

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Right now you can cover your whole home with Wi-Fi 6 coverage for less. Eero's dual-band mesh Wi-Fi 6 routers and extenders are on sale, making it a great time to invest in beefing up your connection. With a mesh system, dead spots won't interrupt your streaming, video calling or other activities thanks to TrueMesh technology, which intelligently routes traffic to reduce drop-offs. You can currently save up to $149 off Eero dual-band mesh Wi-Fi 6 systems at Amazon.

You can supply up to 5,000 square feet of Wi-Fi 6 coverage with the Eero 6 three-pack router system, for $244. Even a single $83 Eero unit covers up to 1,500 square feet, which is a comfortable reach for many homes. It only takes minutes to set it up, and it supports Wi-Fi 6 for up to 75 devices simultaneously. And with its built-in Zigbee smart home hub, you'll be able to connect all compatible devices on your network with Alexa. Eero 6 supports Wi-Fi speeds up to 900 megabits per second with a wired connection, and 500Mbps with a wireless one. 

Read more: Best Mesh Routers for 2022

While this is a good deal for the average home, it's important to keep in mind that if you pay for internet speeds faster than 500 Mbps, you will want to invest in a router that is specifically designed to take advantage of those high speeds, though you'll find them significantly more expensive than the Eero 6. I should also note than when he tested it in late 2020, CNET's Ry Crist found that the Eero 6 had trouble steering his devices to the correct Wi-Fi band, which affected speeds. Your mileage may vary.

With the ease of setup, boost to speed and reach of coverage, this deal is an attractive bargain for most to elevate their home Wi-Fi experience.