That means you have your full internet speeds wherever you are in your home, even if you're far away from your primary Eero, and you never have to think about switching the connection, like you do on a regular extender.I spoke with Nick Weaver, CEO and co-founder of Eero, who helped explain what makes the Eero as good as it is.
It seems so simple and obvious, so why don't other companies use two radios in their WiFi extenders to talk AND listen simultaneously?
And let's not forget one of the worst pain points of routers and extenders: Setup.
Indeed, it's fairly expensive compared to the regular routers and extenders we're used to.
It's ideal for large homes where your main router might not reach the furthest corners, and it's also great for certain types of apartments, too, like those that are longer than they are wide.
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