What you need to know
- eero has announced that its mesh router lineup is now available at Apple Stores.
- In-store availability follows eero's debut on Apple.com last month.
- eero's line is the only router option that supports HomeKit currently.
eero has announced that its popular wireless mesh router line is now available at Apple Stores in seven markets across the globe. The announcement follows eero's debut on Apple.com last month, which included eero's lower priced Dual-Band WiFi System, plug and play Beacons, and the Pro Mesh WiFi System.
We are excited to announce that as of today, eero wifi products are available in Apple retail stores across the United States, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain.
The latest generation eero products are the only option around that supports Apple's privacy-centric HomeKit Secure Router feature. The feature allows users to manage which services and devices HomeKit accessories are able to communicate with, including an option to completely limit connections to just the local network if desired.
In addition to HomeKit Secure Video, eero routers can access additional security features through the subscription eero Secure service. eero Secure provides users with content filtering, ad blocking, and security scans to prevent potential threats, as well as access to apps including 1Password and Malwarebytes.
eero routers can be purchased today at Apple Stores in the United States, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain. Pricing starts at $250 for the company's latest generation Dual-Band mesh router system, and max out at $500 for the Tri-Band eero Pro system.
Now in Apple Stores
The latest generation eero WiFi Systems are the first routers to receive HomeKit support, giving full control over your accessories. The latest eero system is also just so happens to be one of the best options around for coverage and affordability.
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