Amazon lowers its own router for WiFi Mesh: it has Alexa and now it costs only 82 euros

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However, there is a more recent release that is really interesting: its own router for WiFi Mesh, the so-called eero that cost € 109 but that you can buy right now for € 82 .

You can get either a single router or several of them, in packs with several nodes that effectively create a WiFi Mesh network , especially recommended for large houses or that have many obstacles.

In this way, you will be able to many more devices without signal problems, also moving away from the main router without slowness or micro-cuts.

On its own, one of these eero can cover up to 140 square meters , more than enough for the vast majority of mortals.

It has several additional virtues, such as a very compact and extremely minimalist design. It is a small white box that in no case will clash with the decoration and is far from the shrillness of the so-called “operator routers”.

In addition, both the configuration and the handling are quite simple. Everything is done from an app where you can perform speed tests, control which devices are connected and manage parental controls.

It is compatible with Alexa, so you can for example request a network speed test from your smart speaker , if you already have one of the Amazon Echo.

Obviously, there are other routers that also offer Mesh compatibility and that are even cheaper, although here is a key difference in terms of software design and support, provided by a technological giant such as Amazon.

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