eero 2nd-gen Review (2017): Mesh network’s star raises its game

No good idea in the tech world goes without replication, and while eero may have started the home mesh networking segment, it can’t afford to rest on its laurels. Throw open your doors, therefore, to the second-generation eero and the new eero Beacon, promising more flexibility, a more competitive price, and more speed. Indeed, performance is said be as much as twice that of the original eero, which launched back in 2015.

Since then, the mesh networking market has flourished. On the one hand, traditional router manufacturers like Netgear and Linksys have woken up to the idea that consumers will pay for more consistent coverage wherever they are in their home. At the same time, heavyweights like Google have weighed in with products like Google Wifi: with the bulk of their services residing in the cloud, it makes perfect sense to streamline how readily users can reach them.

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