eero is currently offering eero 6 and eero Pro 6 Wi-Fi 6 products for 20% off, part of the company’s “Black Friday” sale. That brings a three-pack of eero Pro 6 nodes from $599 to $479, while individual eero Pro 6 nodes are $183, down from $229. A three-pack of eero 6 nodes goes from $279 to $223. Single eero 6 nodes are $103, down from $129. Lastly, eero 6 Extenders drop from $89 to $71.

These prices are all available when ordering directly from eero.com, but they are also available when ordering from Amazon. As of this writing, Amazon’s availability is listed as December 10th. And, we should note that Amazon owns eero.

Eero Pro 6 hubs can cover up to 2,000 square feet and handle “more than 75” simultaneously connected devices. Two Eero Pro 6 nodes will cover up to 3,500 square feet, while three can cover up to 6,000 square feet. They have two built-in ethernet ports, and are aimed at homes with gigabit speed internet service.

Eero 6 can cover up to 1,500 square feet. An Eero 6 node and extender two-pack will cover up to 3,000 square feet, while a three pack with two extenders will cover up to 5,000 square feet. They also have two ethernet ports, and the company said they are aimed at homes with up to 500Mbs internet connections.

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Two ethernet ports are the killer failure. I have a TV, Playstation, my solar system’s router, and a connection to my Thunderbolt dock all plugged into my router now and I could definitely use two more ports at least.