Keeping your baby safe just got a lot easier thanks to your phone and this high tech baby devices.
The Owlet is a cute baby buddy that keeps worried parents from obsessively checking in on their baby.
It's a monitor that tracks baby's heart and oxygen levels when he sleeps.
The Owlet connects to a base that lets their parents know how their baby is doing.
Green indicates great but if the baby is in danger, it will immediately turn red and sound an alarm.
Checking for a fever has never been so simple.
The PACIF-I may look like your average binky but it does more than just calm your baby.
For about $40 Dollars.
Download the app on your phone to see a real time read of his temperature.
The Snoo is a $1,200 bassinet that's loaded with tech to help babies sleep better.
It has a sound machine, rocking motors and microphones to detect when your baby is crying.
If your baby needs soothing, it intensifies the rocking motion and changes the sound.
The Snoo won't even turn on unless a baby is safely swaddled and clicked in.
In San Francisco, I'm Vanessa Hand Orellana with CNet for CBS News.
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