Having a baby doesn’t come cheap and the cost of essential items such as diapers, baby grows, bottles, cribs etc., soon adds up to quite a hefty sum. Then there are video
As technology becomes much more sophisticated, so have
In a UK (Jan 2011) survey, the most important considerations parents looked for in a
1) sound quality
2) reception and range
3) ease of use
As far as features, I found that the most important were night vision, two-way talk back and the ability to add additional cameras. Other features such as lullabies, temperature sensor, voice activation etc., were nice features, but not essential.
Is it possible to buy a decent
My top pick would be the Infant Optics video
The compact parent unit is completely portable, being easy to carry around in your hand. It also has a kick out stand so you can place it only any flat table top.Other features include night vision up to 15ft, two-way talk back, power saving mode, voice activation and the ability to support up to 4 cameras. It’s very easy to set up, all you need to do is plug it in and play. For a video
Obviously the more money you spend the more functions and features you get, but it’s good to know that you can get a cheap model with many of the functions and features that you’d find in more expensive monitors.