Supports network speeds up to 2.3 Gbps (a gigabit wired and 1.3 Gbps wireless).
This latest wifi tech offers more bandwidth and fast speeds for more devices.
Access to 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz and new 6 GHz band supports wifi for 100+ connected devices.
To gigabit and beyond.
eero Pro 6E supports gigabit+ speeds for more of your wifi needs—from VR/AR and 8K streaming to using the latest Wi-Fi 6E devices. Tap into the power of Wi-Fi 6E for more capacity and lower latency than Wi-Fi 6.
Future-proof your wifi with eero Pro 6E.
A whole new “lane” for your wifi
In addition to 160 MHz channel support, eero Pro 6E provides access to the 6 GHz band, which frees up the 2.4 & 5 GHz bands (on tri-band systems) to operate more efficiently.
Made for the latest Wi-Fi 6E devices
eero Pro 6E supports fast speeds and direct access to the 6 GHz band when using Wi-Fi 6E devices, resulting in lower latency across your network, even for non Wi-Fi 6E devices.
Smart connectivity beyond wifi
eero Pro 6E works as a smart home hub so you can control supported Thread and Zigbee devices with Alexa. It also doubles as a border router to facilitate connections with Thread-enabled devices.
Wi-Fi 6E Tri-band concurrent 2:2:2 (802.11ax) with support for 160 MHz channels in 5 GHz and 6 GHz, compatible with older wifi standards
One auto-sensing 2.5 GbE and one auto-sensing Gigabit Ethernet port for WAN and/or LAN connectivity
Smart home connectivity
Amazon Frustration-Free setup, Bluetooth Low Energy 5.0
Wi-Fi 6E stands for Wi-Fi 6 Extended. Wi-Fi-6E helps clear the way for faster speeds on more devices, thanks to recently authorized access to the 6 GHz band. In addition to 160 MHz channel support, the 6 GHz band offers a whole new wifi “lane,” freeing up the 2.4 & 5 GHz bands on tri-band systems to operate more efficiently, which is particularly helpful to mesh networks.
What are the benefits of eero Pro 6E?
eero Pro 6E supports fast speeds and direct access to the new 6 GHz band when using Wi-Fi 6E devices, resulting in lower latency across your network, even for non Wi-Fi 6E devices.
Does eero Pro 6E work with previous generations of eero?
Yes, however combining eero Pro 6E devices with older generation eero devices on the same network may result in reduced performance across your network. For optimal performance, eero recommends using the same generation eero devices across your network. In addition, you will also need to use a Wi-Fi 6 (or in Canada, Wi-Fi 6E) compatible connected device to enjoy the full benefits of the eero Pro 6E. It is important to note that in every network, you will designate one eero as a gateway by connecting it to your modem using one of the Ethernet ports on the back. eeros that can be used as a gateway are the eero, eero Pro, eero 6, eero Pro 6, eero 6+ and eero Pro 6E. Once your gateway eero is installed you may use any combination of wired and/or wireless eeros to setup the rest of your network, as desired.
eero replaces your router with a mesh-capable router to offer you a strong, reliable connection across your home. Set up in minutes and manage everything right from the app, including ongoing updates for security patches and new features. It’s wifi that just…works.
Some features require linking your Amazon account, and downloading the Alexa application or using a compatible Alexa device. Internet connection speeds and availability depend on your internet service provider; if your internet service provider does not provide you with the maximum supported speed, you will not experience that maximum speed. Maximum network speeds, if applicable, reflect combined supported speeds across wired and wireless clients. Maximum wireless signal rates are derived from IEEE 802.11 standard. Specifications assume wired Ethernet connection; your experienced speed may vary when connected to an eero device that is configured as a wireless extender. Coverage estimates are based on normal use conditions. Actual range and performance can vary, and maximum supported speeds may not be available to all customers, due to factors such as local regulations (including power limits), network configuration, interference, connected devices, device usage, building materials, and obstructions. Specifications are based on use of a Wi-Fi 6 (or in Canada, Wi-Fi 6E) or later generation client device that supports 160 MHz. For more information about eero performance, visit support.eero.com