Motorola's greatest strength is its out-of-the-box usability. Like the comparable VTech Monitor, it's perfect if you want to use the monitor mostly in-home. Leave the camera pointing at your child, run to the next room to do a little work, and you've got a screen right there with two-way audio and night vision. You can even pan and tilt the camera using the base station, albeit with noticeable latency.
This baby monitor is very easy to install, easy to use. It has all useful features works very well. I like it is not requiring WiFi feature and the lullabies the most! Because my home internet signal is so poor, even my iPhone always lost WiFi connection so frequently. But this baby monitor’s unique technology doesn’t require the internet! It’s signal is strong enough to see and hear my baby in any places of my duplex house. Me and my family carry it all the times while baby is asleep. (Living room, kitchen, even bathroom, the monitor never lost signal , works very fast speed on the screen) The lullabies help soothes my baby to sleep faster than before. It shortens the time to falling asleep. ( usually takes 10 minutes without lullabies, will fall to asleep within 5 minutes with lullabies. ) Also the monitor has a very high
If you sleep in the same room as your baby or live in a small enough space that you can always hear or see what your baby is up to, you probably don’t need a monitor. Otherwise, most parents enjoy the convenience a baby monitor provides—instead of needing to stay close to the nursery or constantly checking on your child, you’re free to rest, catch up on Netflix or get things done around the house during naptime. Monitors can also double as a nanny cam to keep an eye on your child and their caretaker.