I have to be honest, you guys, my husband and I both working from home isn’t always easy. Between me constantly barging into his office to show him cute animal videos and him complaining that the wifi is too slow or cutting out (probably from all the animal video watching), we tend to get a little annoyed with the situation at times.
BUT at least we’ve found a solution to one of our problems! Thanks to the eero wifi system our internet troubles have been remedied. Oh, and setup was a breeze!
Now we’re able to enjoy faster and less congested internet in every room. Even though we live in a two bedroom apartment weak connection from room to room was always an issue. Especially running two computers, streaming devices, and our phones. This tri-band router is already 10x better than any other router we’ve had in the past, but the beacons are what makes this system special.
The eero beacons easily plug in to outlets in whichever room you need a little internet signal boost. Even the kitchen! They’re portable and require no messy wiring. Just plug them right in. Bonus points, they double as nightlights. I don’t know much about the tech aspects, but I do know it’s working for us.
More bonus points for being pretty. From an aesthetic perspective I love the sleek white design. Traditional routers can be clunky and tricky to disguise, but the eero doesn’t need to be hidden. It’s almost undetectable and fits right in with any room. It really is the total package. Can more electronic devices be like this, please?
Are you ready to order yours yet? You can get free overnight shipping when you use the promo code “MELODRAMA”!
Thanks for sponsoring this post and creating an awesome solution to our internet woes, eero!
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