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Get some new gadgets with a few deals from Amazon.ca, because Cyber Monday is on now and you'll save on some of Amazon's most popular devices including eero mesh routers, Fire tablets, Kindle eReaders and more!

There are over 30 products on sale and most match the pricing from Prime Day 2020 -- we've listed a handful of devices to give you an idea of what's available.

Echo Smart Speakers

eero Networking

Fire Tablets

Fire TV

Kindle eReaders

Ring Home Security

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    • Has anyone bought this? How well does it work irl compared to the claim or compared to Google wifi?
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    • Eero still doesn't support PPPoE so if you need that to connect to your Internet service provider (and I do) you're still going to need a router. That makes eero anything but plug-and-play. Most other mesh systems (e.g., Google Wifi) do support PPPoE.
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    • The new Wifi 6 Eero Pro 3-pack are on sale too $799 - $160 = $630.
      That’s the first time I’ve seen the price drop, the first notice was the BestBuy flyer, but that is the price on Amazon now too.
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    • I picked up the Eero 3 pack during Prime days and it's been awesome! Full wireless coverage throughout the house (5000 sq ft, 3 levels), absolutely no dead zones. Consistent 300mbps down and 16mbps up with Fido 150mbps internet package.
      Easy to set up, great app for monitoring/controlling device usage, and no issues with devices dropping the internet as we move through the house.
      I don't have any experience with other mesh wifi systems so can't compare. I would definitely recommend the Eero.
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    • eero's great i have a eero pro and 2 beacons from my isp. had it for 3 years now? perfect experience. wish it was faster but can't get gigabit download speeda on wifi with 802.11ac.
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    • b166er1337 wrote: Has anyone bought this? How well does it work irl compared to the claim or compared to Google wifi?
      Bought this on Prime Day, it's been rock solid stable. Will be picking up the eero 6 router + extender to increase the range of my wifi and future proofing for wifi 6.

      Keep in mind though that these aren't the fastest but they are incredibly stable in my experience. If your internet is anything above 300 Mbps it may be worthwhile to look into other mesh routers.

      Alternatively you can hardwire the eeros together to get better speed.
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    • This or the two pack of tplink M9 deco? Which is better?
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    • I've read that eero is more stable than orbi, but orbi has faster performance.... Been debating back and forth between the two, I picked up the orbi pro version recently, testing it out over the next week. From experience, anyone recommend eero over orbi and why?
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    • Pro worth the price premium? Im looking to equip my 1500 sqft home...with maybe only 2 of us.
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    • Nexitus wrote: Pro worth the price premium? Im looking to equip my 1500 sqft home...with maybe only 2 of us.
      I personally would not waste the money kn pro if it's two of you in 1500sqf.
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    • I bought mine back in Feb/March, and it has been a huge upgrade over the single Netgear wifi N dual band router. No dead spots, no speed issues (maxes out my connection). Used a 2 story, 1900 sqft house. One on each level, with an unmanaged switch to connect wired devices.
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    • My connection are Download 600mb, upload 100 mb and my modem is a Technicolor TC4400. are those eero good for my setup? Or which could you recommend me?
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    • I've been using the cupcake eeros (this 3-pack) since last march. It's been rock solid for me and a huge improvement over my homegrown dual-AP setup in my home.

      The thing that sets these apart from other mesh products are:

      1) dynamic backhaul which gives you flexibility to put nodes in places where other's will fail.
      2) set it and forget it app based setup.
      3) interoperability with future gen products (this set will work with eero 6 and 6 pro products)
      4) self-optimizing so your speeds and connectivity will actually improve after a while.
      5) homekit router support and a pretty great security track record. now also with amazon integration.
      6) the nodes are identical in the 3-pack. you can setup 2 and give 1 to another household to setup.

      some downsides:

      1) not the fastest
      2) not the most configurable
      3) has some advanced security features behind a subscription plan

      search some older threads. posted lots of info in those. this product is about a year old but eero is keeping it around even after launching eero 6 and eero 6 pro. The cupcake eero basically has the same internals as the eero pro (minus the extra 5ghz radio) so I expect support for many years to come.
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    • Rodcool wrote: My connection are Download 600mb, upload 100 mb and my modem is a Technicolor TC4400. are those eero good for my setup? Or which could you recommend me?
      any eero will route at those speeds. whether you get wifi at those speeds is YMMV. this pack should be fine for you. I run my cupcake eeros on a 500/20 plan and can hit those speeds if I'm close to a node gateway node and on 5ghz. if you're on a wifi node, those speeds will be cut in half. ~150-300 but again, a huge YMMV. I don't care too much about raw speeds. I'm more concerned about good wifi coverage and effective handoff between nodes.
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    • I will echo others, I bought the no pro pack during Prime Days and have found it to be rock steady and I love the app to see what is online. I am thinking of getting a single WiFi 6 unit and putting it on my main floor, and moving the other out to my garage.
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    • When using an ethernet back haul, can all 3 of the units be connected to a network switch?
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    • sparkaction wrote: When using an ethernet back haul, can all 3 of the units be connected to a network switch?
      Yes

      Can I connect my eeros with Ethernet?

      Yes. eeros can be connected together via Ethernet backhaul or they can connect wirelessly. If your home is already wired with Ethernet, you may want to take advantage of these connections to increase the range of your eeros and reduce the risk of wireless interference.

      When connecting your eeros via Ethernet, you can either connect all your eeros to your gateway (likely via an Ethernet Switch), or you connect each eero to one another.

      What about eero Beacons?

      eero Beacons do not have any Ethernet ports, so they cannot be connected to your network over Ethernet. They can, however, be part of a mixed network of wired and wireless eeros.

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    • Do these have ethernet ports on the end of the pod units?
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    • I have FTTH 1 Gbps internet and need to connect my PS4 and Xbox one in the basement of 1500 sq ft. House. Is this the best option or can someone help for the best option to connect my gaming system. Thanks.
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    • Jackji wrote: Do these have ethernet ports on the end of the pod units?
      Did you read the "Compare eero systems" section?

      In the "Ethernet ports" row says "6 Ethernet ports (2 per device)"
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