Meshforce M3s vs Eero Pro Wifi System

So far, Meshforce M3 has been sold in a bundle of three-set consists of 1 M3 plus 2 M3 Dot with a technical range of around 4000 Sq ft. What is the comparison between Meshforce M3s and Eero Pro?

Meshforce m3s
3-set of Meshforce M3 wifi system

Meshforce M3s  

When you find that Meshforce M3s is sold on Amazon, you will surely ask what’s the difference between M3 and M3s? And when you check on the Meshforce website you don’t find any new M3s products. So what’s the difference between Meshforce M3 and M3s?

Higher bandwidth

Actually there is no difference, only the difference in the contents in 3 sets bundle. Meshforce M3 contains 1x M3 plus 2x M3 Dot, while the M3s bundle contains 3pcs M3, no longer an additional M3 Dot, all three sets contain M3 so that of course the coverage and total bandwidth increases.

M3 provides a total bandwidth of up to 1200Mbps dual band with a range of up to 1,500 sq ft per device, while M3 Dot provides the same total bandwidth of only a slightly narrower range of around 1500 sq ft. So the Meshforce M3s bundle provides a wider range of around 3 times 1,500 sq ft (4,500 sq ft) compared to M3 bundle (M3 +2 M3 Dot) which is only around 4,000 sq ft.

Can this product (M3s) compete and beat eero Pro which the price is around twice as much as M3s? We’ll see the spec comparison table below. See also best mesh wifi router and access point.

M3s vs Eero Pro

We will compare Meshforce M3s with Eero Pro. M3 has been discussed in several previous articles including Meshforce M3 vs Deco or on Meshforce M3 vs Velop, while for Eero you can follow this link Eero vs Linksys Velop.

Eero Whole Home Wifi System

Many people are curious why the Eero Pro is sold with the price twice as much as meshforce m3, what’s the difference? Is the price that is half cheaper than Eero Pro, so the lack of meshforce m3 compared to Eero Pro (if any) is reasonable?

Comparison table

You can read customer testimonials who have already tried either eero Pro or Meshforce m3, each of them gets a very good rated, but technically if there is a difference can be seen from the spec comparison table below.

Table 1 Meshforce M3s vs Eero Pro

Model Meshforce M3s (3-set M3) Eero Pro (3-set)
Wifi technology Wireless ac1200 simultaneous dual band Tri-band WiFi radios, simultaneous 2.4GHz, 5.2GHz, and 5.8GHz wireless 2×2 MU-MIMO
Wifi speeds 867Mbps @5Ghz band 300Mbps @2.4Ghz 600Mbps @5Ghz band 1 600Mbps @5Ghz band 2 300Mbps @2.4Ghz
Ethernet Ports 2x Gigabit LAN/WAN port each node Dual auto-sensing Gigabit ports for WAN and/or LAN connectivity
USB / Bluetooth N/A Bluetooth® LE 4.2
Coverage Up to 4,500 sq ft Up to 3,300 sq ft
Processor Unspecified 700 MHz quad-core processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB flash storage
MU-MIMO 2×2 MU-MIMO and beamforming 2×2 MU-MIMO and beamforming
Price $215 $499.00


Note in table 1, there is a major difference in the wifi technology used. Eero Pro is designed with three bands compared to Meshforce M3s which is only dual band. Of course, the total bandwidth is higher for Eero Pro, although from the spec Eero writes a speed of 600Mbps @ 5ghz each.

One more thing, Eero is embedded with a quad core processor with a capacity of 4GB of flash memory that is large enough to enable faster data processing. Remember your laptop with a large RAM memory will respond faster in gaming. The greater the memory the faster the processing response. Meshforce doesn’t specify the embedded processor and memory.

Click the product link below to learn more spec details and link to shop in Amazon.

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