- I have eero at home. It's good. I don't actually ever think about it. Just works well. We have 1gb internet here and have never had a problem with it. I'm not a wifi geek, so I don't have much detail to add other than "hey this has worked great for me" 😀Eeros are the best, especially now that there's a 2nd generation that just came out. The second generation ones offer 2x better performance along with 2 form factors, regular and a new plugs-straight-into-the-wall option called Eero Beacons (these also double as a nightlight—perfect for putting in a hallway where a regular AP would be awkward). Speaking of the generations, pay attention to which generation you're buying since it's not always immediately apparent. Easy as pie to set up and administer. Eero was the first real home mesh network to come out and they're still awesome. Highly recommended.
- I recently got Google Wifi and it's been awesome so far!Highly recommend. I went from a $250+ Linksys to this and it's been amazing.I've had this since it came out and it's been terrific. We use the 3-pack in the house and I've got great coverage across the whole place a deposit can easily manage things in the app. The best feature for families is the schedule which let's me set a device curfew for the kids ... Removed discussion and debate. Everyone gets it.
I got these after moving into my new house and they were incredibly easy to set up. I had everything up and running in about 5 minutes. They have great coverage as well. We have zero dead zones in the house, and I've never had a device get dropped. I wouldn't suggest using the app for managing them though. It's far easier to just use a web browser.
- I know you said you were looking for a mesh system, but if you've got more than 1 Mac, the Time Capsule is worth a look!It offers an excellent backup solution while being an excellent router too! I've just picked one up on the apple refurbished site and couldn't be happier. I'm consistently getting ~20% boost in download speed on this network vs my previous Linksys setup. Setting up another Apple router to act as a repeater is a breeze too if you need the extra range. Haven't had any issues and it just works.
- It's an amazing router with a better speed then mesh networks for much less of a price. It has an amazing UI for power users that's instantly familiar to anyone who's used a computer, gets updates containing new features and has good VPN & NAS support. You can also save $100 buy getting the RT1900AC if you purchase a slower plan from your ISP, a router that feels like a $300 one for $109 (600mbps on 2.4ghz, 1200mbps on 5ghz). It easily covers a 3000sqft home.