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iBaby's tiny new air purifier packs a punch

This 6-inch-tall iBaby Air has loads of extra features, from two-way audio to a full RGB color nightlight.

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David Priest is an award-winning writer and editor who formerly covered home security for CNET.
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The iBaby Air is a new air quality monitor and purifier that just reached its funding goal on Indiegogo. To get started, just plug in the device and go.

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The device itself is small -- only about six inches tall. But it packs in a lot of features. Just hit the power button on top to start exploring them.

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The iBaby Air is an air ionizer, which basically means it adds neutralizing charges to unhealthy particles in the air.

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From the iBaby Care app, you'll be able to access two-way audio, a color-changing nightlight, temperature and humidity measurements, and an air-quality monitor.

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You can also take the iBaby Air with you wherever you go. Although it doesn't feature wireless purifying, it's small enough for easy transportation.

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The iBaby Air is an air monitor and purifier -- but it's also a tool for parents. The two-way audio means that communicating with a child while you're out of the house is simple.

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Setup on the app should be quick and relatively painless. Like the iBaby Monitor, the Air should connect to the Wi-Fi of your home, allowing you to monitor it remotely.

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The iBaby Air just reached its funding goal on Indiegogo. It will be available for purchase later this year for $150.

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