Motorola MBP35XLC review
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The Motorola MBP35XLC Digital Audio and Video Baby Monitor is a John Lewis exclusive that's very reasonably priced for a video baby monitor. In fact, it's half the price of video monitors we've tested and it has features typically seen on more expensive monitors, for example remote control of the camera so you can move it around to find the best view. We put this monitor to the test and assessed the picture quality and sound. Read out review to find out how it fared.
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