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Eero Max 7 review: Specs

Wi-Fi specification: BE4300 (802.11be)
Number of antennas/removable: 10/No
Ports: two 2.5Gbps, two 10Gbps
Processor/memory/storage: Quad-core Cortex
Wi-Fi chip: Qualcomm Networking Pro 1220
Peak 802.11ax performance: 1.781Gbps (at 15 feet)
Maximum range: 95 feet
Size: 8.4 x 7.1 x 3.4 inches
Estimated annual electricity cost: $78 (for router and two satellites)

Simplicity is the watchword for eero’s Max 7 mesh kit. Based on the high-performance Wi-Fi 7 standard, the tri-band Max 7 not only delivers high data speeds up close but offers ultra-wide 320MHz data channels and the choice of 2.5- and 10Gbps input and output Ethernet ports. It’s available as a single unit as well as in a two or three pack for larger homes.

While other Wi-Fi 7 gear can cost over $2,000, the eero Max 7 has more down to earth pricing that tops out at $1,700 for a three-pack. That doesn’t, unfortunately, include the $100 a year that an eero Plus subscription costs to get an extra layer of security.

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