The iBaby™ monitor follows your little one with an up/down, left/right swipe of your iOS 4.0+ touchscreen or click of your PC mouse, so you’re just one touch away no matter where you are. See your baby from your mobile device or PC, and when baby’s movement or cry activates alerts, you can respond immediately. Two-way audio lets your voice give comfort when you’re needed most, so you and baby are both reassured, wherever you happen to be. iBaby lifestyle Whether you're at work, the gym, on a business trip or running errands, seeing and hearing your baby is now as easy as swiping your iOS touchscreen or clicking your PC mouse. Up to 4 users in different locations share a single iBaby monitor, so relatives and friends can simultaneously watch, hear, speak to and sing with baby during birthdays, milestone events (such as first steps) or anytime. Even when you can't be there in person, you can still share the moment and capture it in photos.
LAS VEGAS — (Consumer Electronics Show) — iBaby Labs Inc., the pioneering designer and manufacturer of mobile baby products for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch today unveiled two new additions to its suite of devices: the iBaby Monitor M2 and iBaby HeartSense at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show.
The iBaby Monitor is a state-of-the-art answer to keeping tabs on your baby in the most streamlined, user-friendly way. It earns its place near the top of our baby video monitor reviews. Using the latest technology, this camera runs off Wi-Fi and uses your personal devices to keep track of your baby with pan and tilt capabilities that are generally as easy to manipulate as an eBook. Setup could be streamlined a little to match, but overall this is one of the best monitors out there.
“These new products are compelling, easy to use and what parents are asking for,” said Adam Lin, general manager of iHealth Labs. “The iBaby Monitor M2 and iBaby HeartSense provide parents with a sense of confidence in their baby's health by tracking their heart rate and providing a mobile window on their child's life using their iPhone or iPad.”