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Amazon launches Wi-Fi 7 mesh system – the eero Max 7 – to ramp up your wireless speeds

Amazon has expanded its eero lineup with eero Max 7 – its first Wi-Fi 7 mesh router to offer faster speeds and improve performance.

Under the hood of the eero Max 7 is the company’s patented TrueMesh networking technology which now includes the latest Wi-Fi 7 standard to ramp up speeds, reduce interference from nearby networks and improve mesh latency.

It offers 10 Gigabit Ethernet which means you can download a 4K movie in 10 seconds or A50GB video game in under a minute.

The eero tri-band mesh system supports 2.4, 5 and 6GHz radio bands with speeds up to 4.3Gbps and wired speeds up to 9.4Gbps.

Also on board are two 10 and two 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet ports to support wired devices like smart TV’s and gaming consoles and allow customers to take advantage of internet plans up to 10Gbps.

One eero Max 7 unit can cover 230 square metres.

“We know Australians love to stream sport, movies and TV, game, work from home, connect with loved ones overseas and use an ever-increasing number of connected devices,” said Nick Weaver, CEO and co-founder of eero.

“Connectivity is crucial to their everyday lives. Alongside being easy-to-use, fast, and secure, reliability is core to our mission, and this has been front and centre with the introduction of eero Max 7 and eero Pro 6E.”

Amazon has also introduced the eero Pro 6E with support for plans up to 2.5Gbps.


– Easy to Set Up and Manage: Use the eero app to set up eero Max 7 and eero Pro 6E in minutes, manage the network, pause the internet, share network details with friends or guests, and much more.

– Backward Compatible: eero Max 7 and eero Pro 6E are backward compatible with previous generations of eero devices, making it easy to expand or upgrade an eero network as wifi needs evolve.

– TrueMesh: All eero mesh Wi-Fi systems use the company’s patented TrueMesh networking technology to dynamically route data through the fastest path in the network, limiting interference and helping ensure customers have a fast, reliable internet experience. TrueMesh does this by automatically choosing the fastest path for network traffic based on a variety of factors like a network’s layout, interference from neighbouring networks, and connected devices.

– Safe and Secure Wi-Fi: eero works to help keep networks safe and secure. Automatic software updates provide the latest security patches, bug fixes, and feature upgrades.

– Connectivity for the Smart Home: eero Max 7 and eero Pro 6E support Matter by enabling customers to set up select Matter-enabled devices, acts as a Thread Border Router, and features a built-in Zigbee smart home hub to connect compatible smart home devices on a customer’s network.

– eero Plus: Subscribers to the eero Plus service can add advanced online security features and parental controls; take advantage of eero Internet Backup during an outage; and use three top-rated security apps: 1Password for password management, Malwarebytes for malware and anti-virus protection, and Guardian for VPN access.

– Free Customer Support: The expert Wi-Fi troubleshooting team is ready to help by phone or email seven days per week.

The eero Max 7 device is available now for $1,099.99 (one-pack) and $2,999.99 (three-pack) through,, leading Australian retailers including and Officeworks, and internet service providers such as More Telecom, Leaptel and AGL Energy.

The eero Pro 6E device is available now for $449.99 (one-pack) and $949.99 (three-pack) through,, leading Australian retailers including and Officeworks, and internet service provider Aussie Broadband.