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VPN security as easy as joining your Wi-Fi. 

ExpressVPN Aircove is a high-speed Wi-Fi 6 router with built-in VPN protection. Any device that connects to Aircove gets all the benefits of the world's #1 trusted VPN service.

An active ExpressVPN subscription is required for VPN features. Aircove includes a 30-day free trial

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Secure every device. All the time.

Aircove extends security to all the online devices in your home—even ones that aren't usually compatible with VPN software.

Smart TV? Voice assistant?
If it's connected, it's protected.

Block online threats easily

Enjoy advanced protection features on top of a VPN:

  • Threat Manager, for protection against harmful websites and third-party trackers
  • Ad blocking, which hides banner ads when you browse the web
  • Parental controls, for blocking adult sites and setting internet access hours

Connect to different VPN locations at once

Create up to five groups for all your devices—each with its own VPN location, or excluded from the VPN entirely.

Never miss a beat

Powered by dual-band Wi-Fi 6, Aircove delivers up to 1,200 Mbps of fast, stable Wi-Fi. When the VPN is in use, you'll still be able to stream in 4K HD on multiple screens.

  • "...Excellent option if you have lots of devices because you can connect any number of devices to the VPN at once."

  • "Aircove is the easiest way to add VPN service to your Wi-Fi network, full stop."

  • "Unparalleled ease of use compared to other VPN-enabled routers."

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Tech Specs

Wi-Fi standard

Dual-band (2.4 GHz/5 GHz) Wi-Fi, ​​AX1800 MU-MIMO, Wi-Fi 6 (IEEE 802.11 b/g/n/ac/ax)

Wi-Fi speed and coverage*

  • Enables up to 600 Mbps (2.4 GHz), up to 1,200 Mbps (5 GHz)
  • Up to 1,600 sq. ft. / 150 sq. m

Processor, memory, and storage

1.2 GHz 64-bit Quad-Core CPU, 512 MB RAM, 128 MB flash storage

Security features

  • Built-in^ ExpressVPN protection
  • Advanced protection: Threat Manager, parental controls, and ad blocking
  • WPA2/3 Wi-Fi security
  • Automatic updates
  • Custom DNS when VPN is disconnected

Supported VPN protocols

  • Lightway
  • OpenVPN
  • IKEv2

Supported WAN connection protocols

  • DHCP
  • PPPoE
  • Static IP


210 mm x 120 mm x 36.8 mm, 445 g


  • 1 x WAN Ethernet port
  • 4 x LAN Ethernet ports
  • 1 x LED
  • 1 x reset button
  • 1 x 12V/1.5A DC input
  • 4 x external antennas

Operating requirements

  • Working temperature: 0–40°C (32–104°F)
  • Power input: 12V/1.5A DC input

*Maximum speeds based on ideal use conditions, with the VPN disconnected. Range and performance also depend on your internet service provider, device usage, home layout, building materials, obstructions, and other factors.

What's In The Box

  • 1 x ExpressVPN Aircove router
  • 1 x two-piece power adapter (compatible with U.S., UK, European, and Australian outlets)
  • 1 x Ethernet cable


Q: What is Aircove?

A: Aircove is the first and only wireless internet router on the market that is specially built to connect to ExpressVPN directly. This allows the router to provide VPN functionality to every device that connects to it.

Aircove also comes with built-in advanced protection features: Threat Manager, an ad blocker, and parental controls. These are designed to work seamlessly with the VPN, providing whole-home protection with one easy-to-use router.

Q: How is Aircove different from other routers?

A: While any router can provide internet access, Aircove goes one better: It instantly brings all the benefits of ExpressVPN to everything on your network. If it’s connected, it’s protected. You don’t need to install ExpressVPN on any other device, if you don’t want to.

Aircove has also been built with security top of mind. An audit conducted by cybersecurity firm Cure53 confirmed that our VPN router, Aircove, has a robust level of security.

Q: How is Aircove different from Aircove Go?

A: Aircove is an easy-to-use VPN router designed for medium-sized homes, apartments, and offices with a range of 150 sq. m.

Aircove Go is modeled after Aircove, but with a portable and lightweight form factor. It’s designed with freedom in mind, and is perfect for users in smaller homes or on the go.

Q: Do I need an ExpressVPN subscription if I have an Aircove router?

A: Although Aircove comes with ExpressVPN preinstalled, you need to activate it with an ongoing subscription if you want to enjoy VPN benefits.

Without an active ExpressVPN subscription, Aircove will still perform standard Wi-Fi and network functions, just like any other router, and its advanced protection features will operate as normal.

Q: Do I need an ExpressVPN subscription to use Threat Manager, the ad blocker, or parental controls?

A: No, these features are included with your Aircove.

Q: Can I use Aircove’s Threat Manager, ad blocker, and parental controls without the VPN?

A: Yes, these features can be used with or without the VPN.

Q: Do I need an internet service provider (ISP) with Aircove?

A: Yes, you will need an ISP to connect to the internet. Your ISP gives your home access to the internet, while Aircove distributes the internet access to all your connected devices.

Q: Is Aircove a Wi-Fi mesh system?

A: No, Aircove is a single router where all wireless traffic and requests pass through one access point. If you have an existing mesh system, Aircove can be connected to one of the nodes with the highest concentration of devices that you want to protect with a VPN.

Q: What internet speeds will I get with Aircove?

​​A: In our testing, Aircove’s high-performance quad-core CPU enables download speeds of up to 910 Mbps over Ethernet and 615 Mbps over Wi-Fi with VPN disconnected.

When the VPN is in use, Aircove offers speeds of up to 180 Mbps for multiple devices simultaneously. (For reference, 4K streaming typically requires download speeds of 25 Mbps, while HD requires 5 Mbps.)

Maximums are based on ideal use conditions. Actual range and performance depend on your internet service provider, home size, layout, device usage, building materials, and obstructions.