Motorola MBP853 Video review
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The Motorola MBP853 Connect Wi-Fi Video baby monitor lets you keep an eye on your little one remotely via an app, so you can view the camera images on your phone, potentially from anywhere in the world. When you're closer to home you can simply use the parent unit as you would with a regular video monitor. Did this hi-tech baby monitor impress our experts? Read the full review to find out.
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