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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.
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.
The iBaby Air is an air ionizer, which basically means it adds neutralizing charges to unhealthy particles in the air.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The iBaby Air just reached its funding goal on Indiegogo. It will be available for purchase later this year for $150.