Belkin Announced a new Wi-Fi Baby Monitor with iOS App

Haven’t exactly heard amazing things about the WeMo Home Automation system. Gizmodo certainly didn’t like it. However, the reviews on Amazon seem to be telling me that the firmware updates have fixed the bulk of the bugs.

The new WeMo Baby monitor is a new Wi-Fi enabled microphone. The system isn’t very expensive at $90 (compared to other Wi-Fi enabled monitors on the market). One of the best things about the system is that you can use it anywhere you have internet.

WeMo Baby works over Wi-Fi and 3G, delivering crystal-clear secure sound, and provides both visual and audio indicators. So you always know exactly what’s going on with your baby.

One of the best things about the monitor is that you can pair it with multiple devices. So both you and your spouse, and even the babysitter can listen in. The app is free and has a few in-app buy ins, like text or email notifications of crying, and an analysis of the baby’s sleep patterns.

The device was announced today, and should be available soon.

Joshua Howland

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