Axios Review: New Eero delivers even better Wi-Fi, for a price
When it debuted a couple years ago, Eero was the first company to aggressively promote the concept of placing multiple networking boxes around the home for better Wi-Fi. Now, as Eero's second-generation product hits the market, the company is far from alone, facing competition from other startups as well as traditional networking companies like Belkin and Netgear.
Who it's good for: Anyone that has pockets of slow wi-fi in their home and doesn't already have a multi-unit system
Who it's not good for: Those whose homes are reasonably well covered, those who already have a mesh network or are particularly cost conscious, since others offer a more affordable alternative.