The BabyBit Baby Monitor will send parents critical info about their children, who's watching them, and whether they've been left alone.
MonBaby is a useful gadget, but like other devices of its type, its features can't replace traditional monitors or quite justify its $170 price tag.
The Owlet is reliable enough to help some parents relax, but it doesn't offer as many features as the price tag might indicate. It won't replace a more conventional baby monitor, either.
This smart clip-on monitor tells parents if their child turns over, stops moving or stops breathing.
The app is free, so the Smart Changing Pad itself isn't much more than a comfy scale. It's hard to dish out $250 for that.
The $500 car seat will automatically keep itself level throughout the ride.
Technically Incorrect: A mom discovers her 1-year-old child has stopped breathing. So, she shouts to her iPhone.
The Bluetooth-connected Withings Smart Kid Scale has some tricks up its sleeve.
An editor and his baby decide whether the Hatch Baby's smarts justify the price.
The 4-in-1 Smart Connect Cradle 'n Swing is big and expensive, but it is also many-talented.