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The range of this router is kinda lacking. While for a travel router range is not that important, since most of the time the router will be right next to you all the time but with this router the signal will start dropping considerably even behind a single wall. See More
This device has twice the range(120ft) of a traditional router(60ft) while offering up to 5x's the connection speed at the same distances. The software and companion app help you place the devices in the best locations for signal strength, allowing you to play video games in your treehouse with the main router in the basement. See More
This product boasts some of the best features on the market, but its not perfect. There are still some reported issues with WiFi connections to Xbox's and old iPhone models. Will this be solved? Yes, wait for an update from eero. Users have reported that the only times this issue was apparent was when the individuals residence was 3000+ sq. ft with multiple stories. See More
Like other routers and extenders, this device cannot pass through specific materials such as brick, water, stone, and cement. These denser materials are not as permeable to WiFi signals as others. This product is a standalone extender and will work with others, but not partner with like some other brands. Be mindful of where you plug this in for the best signal. See More
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