I’ve been keeping my eyes peeled for a WiFi network baby monitor that has great reviews, and the WiFi Baby 2.0 has caught my attention. For those of you who are on the market for a new video baby monitor, this may be of interest to you. The WiFi Baby 2.0 uses your home WiFi network to stream video and audio to your iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac or PC (up to four devices at a time can be linked).
The WiFi Baby 2.0 can also become a become a nanny-cam, and you can record audio and video while you’re at work (without any fees for cloud storage). Another benefit to this WiFi enabled baby monitor is that it is password-protected (both video and audio); the most secure baby video monitors are those that hook-up to your home’s wireless internet network.
The WiFi Baby 2.0 takes time and patience to set-up, as linking it securely with your internet can be a complicated process, but once the WiFi Baby 2.0 is up and running, it will be well worth it. Just keep the customer service phone number handy during set-up (they are very helpful).
If the setup of a WiFi baby monitor sounds like too complicated of a process, then the Samsung Digital Wireless Pan Tilt Video Baby Monitor is a great alternative. Try to steer clear from analog-based baby monitors, as analog baby monitors are not secure and can pose potential security and privacy issues (see the video from ABC News below for more on privacy issues with analog video baby monitors).
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