Turn Your Mobile Device Into A Nifty Baby Monitor
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My wife emailed me from work this week to share a shocking story doing the rounds. The story involved the physical abuse of a toddler by the baby’s nanny. The abuse came to light thanks to a baby monitor. The toddler’s father strategically placed a baby monitor and recorded the abuse.
My wife was shaken by the incident, she couldn’t even watch the entire video clip of the incident. Some people in her office were in tears while watching the clip. Shocking incidents like this are hopefully few and far between, but a little extra care is always a good thing.
This past week I received an email about D-Link’s wifi baby monitor and felt compelled to share it with you.
Turn Your Mobile Device Into A Baby Monitor
This device turns your mobile phone or tablet or any mobile device for that matter into a versatile baby monitor. The D-Link baby monitor connects to your home wifi. Then you install the free app on your mobile device will allow you to monitor you baby from anywhere in the world. there is even two way communication so you can hear and talk to your baby.
- HD 720p High Quality Video
- Temperature Alerts
- Sound & Motion Detection
- Instant Push Alerts
- Plays Lullabies
- Remote Viewing
- 4x Digital Zoom
- 2 Way Audio
- microSD Card Slot For Recording Triggered By Motion or Sound
- Take Snapshots/Videos Directly To Your Mobile Device
The D-Link baby monitor has been featured in Oprah and Good Housekeeping magazine. Setup is relatively simple and pain free and yo should be up and running keeping an eye on baby through your cellphone or other mobile device.
I’m quite impressed with this baby monitor, it’s well thought out and an good example of technology helping to improve our lives.
Take a look at the baby monitor in action in this video:
For full specs and more info view the product on the manufacturers site.
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