I can still recall the first time I had to leave our little munchkin alone at home with a babysitter. I’m one of those lucky moms who get to work from home so the first time we let anyone look after our precious little bundle of joy, was at 8 months when we were invited to a friend’s wedding (I know, it was long overdue).


These days, the baby monitors available to parents are a huge departure from the scratchy audio monitors from the newborn days of yore (i.e. my first child). This year’s CES conference served as an exciting stage for the types of innovation in technology and design that we are seeing in this category.

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Keeping a watchful eye on your baby via your smartphone has never been easier than with the iBaby Monitor M6S ($179.95). This unique-looking 1080p camera offers all the features

iBaby Air

Between two-way audio, air quality monitoring, a full RGB night light, and more, the iBaby Air stands out.

iBaby M6

Smartphones, meet the smart baby monitor. iBaby M6 is the industry’s first 360-degree monitor camera, letting parents keep a watchful eye on their little ones, even from far away, with just the swipe of a finger.

iBaby M3

California-based iBaby Labs debuted several mobile, easy-to-use baby products at CES in 2013. One of them, first introduced at Pepcom, was the iBaby Monitor M2, a baby monitor thank links up to an iOS app and features a sleek, futuristic design.

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CES 2013: iBaby Labs Introduces Baby Monitor M2, Exactly What ‘Parents Are Asking For’


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