Motorola Halo Smart Crib Projector review
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The new Motorola Halo Smart Crib Projector is a unique and eye-catching bit of kit. This video baby monitor is mounted on the cot and looks down over your baby. It boasts a 1080p display, as well as motion and audio sensor alerts, and parents have the option of using the supplied parent unit or a smartphone or tablet to view their baby. Read our review to find out whether it's worth investing in this wi-fi-connected smart baby monitor.
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