Whole home Wi-Fi coverage can be a tricky feat, especially if your domicile is a bit on the bigger side. Your standard router/modem setup works in apartments and small homes, but the more rooms you add the more dead zones you create.
That's why mesh networking, a system that's been used in the corporate world for years, is finally making it to our homes. Not only do these systems promise better coverage, they're also designed with aesthetics in mind so they blend seamlessly into the background.
One of the leading companies of this trend has been Eero. Acquired earlier this year by Amazon, this Eero bundle works by provides a stable connection from the second-generation hub to two accompanying Beacons. Eero says this setup is perfect for two-to-four bedroom homes, but the best part about mesh systems is that they can also grow with you. Need more coverage? All you need is another Eero and your coverage increases immensely.
Eero is also (thankfully) user friendly with an intuitive companion app that helps you set up and monitor your network—even if you don't have tons of IT chops.
The biggest drawback to mesh Wi-Fi systems is they tend to trend toward the pricier end of the spectrum, but Amazon's discounting an Eero + 2 Eero Beacons by $100 . If you want the full Eero experience, you can opt for the 3 Eero system, which provides the most coverage for your money, for (down from $500).