|By PR Newswire||
|January 7, 2014 05:00 AM EST||
LAS VEGAS, Jan. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Consumer Electronics Show -- Today iBaby Labs, Inc. announced the most advanced baby monitor on the market. The new iBaby M6 provides a new way for parents to stay connected with their babies and share those special moments with family and friends.
The iBaby M6 is the only monitor that has the combination of a 350-degree view and a 120-degree camera tilt, providing the most robust viewing platform of any monitor on the market. The M6 uses the latest alerting system to detect both sound and movement and simultaneously alert parents and snap a photo of the moment. With this new capability, parents are able to be part of moments they never knew were happening. Additionally, the M6 allows parents to share these moments directly with friends and loved ones.
"This truly changes the game in baby monitoring, bringing it to a whole level," said Karl Xu, President iBaby Labs. "The M6 allows parents to see special moments that they never even knew they were missing. And our robust sharing capabilities make it simple to share these moments with your friends and family, giving them a chance to be part of your baby's life."
The M6 maintains many of the great features of earlier iBaby monitors, including the easy "plug and play" set up and simple pairing with a free companion mobile app. With a simple swipe of their iPod Touch, iPhone, or iPad they can control the monitor and interact with their baby anytime, anywhere. The high quality two-way audio allows parents to speak directly to their baby. An unlimited number of users can be set up on the system and up to four users and four devices can receive images and sound simultaneously.
Some of the unique product highlights include:
- 350-degree camera pan and 120-degree camera tilt capability
- High quality audio and video (1280 X 720)
- Room temperature and humidity sensors
- Three different lullaby options
- Rechargeable battery
- LED lighting for optimal night monitoring
Pricing and Availability
The baby monitor is targeted for availability in Spring 2014 at iBabyLabs.com and at select retailers. Pricing has not yet been announced.
The full suite of iBaby products will be on display at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show in the iHealth Lab Inc. booth at the Las Vegas Convention Center in North Hall 6417. Press may also get a sneak peek at the Pepcom Digital Experience press event from 7:00 to 10:30 pm PDT on Monday, Jan. 6th, at the Mirage Hotel.
About iBaby Labs, Inc.:
Based in Mountain View, California, iBaby Labs, Inc. is an innovator of baby wellness products designed for use with your iPod touch, iPhone and iPad. In 2011, iBaby Labs introduced the iBaby monitor, which revolutionized modern parenting by extending the range of baby monitoring to anywhere an iOS device can be connected. Parents can take advantage of the two-way audio capability to care for and comfort their baby from anywhere in the world. For additional iBaby Labs products and information visit our website at www.ibabylabs.com.
To access the iBaby Labs CES 2014 Media Kit with images and additional product information, please click here: https://ihealth.app.box.com/s/oc1adz7r7h2wcgc4m7c4.
SOURCE iBaby Labs, Inc.
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