Motorola Peekaboo-W review
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The Motorola Peekaboo-W is cheap for a wi-fi video baby monitor. For around £60, you get a compact yet nice-looking camera that can be placed where you baby is sleeping. Then you can monitor your baby using an app on your smartphone. The camera has a room temperature sensor and can play 10 different lullabies to soothe your baby to sleep. To see if it makes it as a Best Buy baby monitor, read our comprehensive Motorola Peekaboo-W review.
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