Many users raised concerns over Amazon’s new ownership of Eero, given that the company’s existing devices have some ability to track and listen to user behavior inside their home, like Alexa speakers. At the time of the acquisition, Eero promised one user on Twitter that it does not track customers’ internet activity and will not start doing so under Amazon, which Limp doubled down on today.
Specifically, Limp said that the only interaction Amazon plans to have with Eero is to “add resources” and provide “a little bit of advice here and there.”
Amazon’s Dave Limp: “The company’s doing well,” Limp said. “Nick and his team are doing well. The roadmap is great, their customer service is great, their engineering is great. We’re just going to keep the team intact.
Eero CEO Nick Weaver: “If anything, we’re just going to strengthen our commitment to both privacy and security,” Weaver told us. “We’ve got some pretty clear privacy principles that we’ve used for developing all of our products, that are the really the underpinnings of everything. Those aren’t going to change.”
In celebration of the acquisition officially closing, Eero routers areon Amazon. The Gold Box deal includes three bundles of the mesh Wi-Fi system: 1 Eero and 1 Eero Beacon for $199.00, down from $299.00; 1 Eero and 2 Beacons for $299.00, down from $399.00; and 3 Eeros for $399.00, down from $499.00.
Like other mesh Wi-Fi routers, Eero is a full system that includes a base router and signal-boosting “Beacons” to extend the range of the signal and provide blanket Wi-Fi coverage throughout your home. Smaller living spaces should be good with just one Beacon, but you can add on more for extended coverage.to check out the sale before it expires later tonight.
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