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A clamshell-style baby monitor with high-def camera, from France’s Withings, uses Bluetooth and Wi-Fi to let parents with iPhones or iPads remotely monitor an infant. It’s powered by Broadcoam’s BCM4330 chip, which combines Bluetooth 4.0, single-stream 802.11n, and FM radio. The Withings Smart Baby Monitor has a high-resolution 3-megpixel camera, extra-wide-view lens, nightvision with infrared LEDs, two-way microphone, and a 4x zoom feature. Flip it open, and it pairs via Bluetooth to an iPhone running the free WithBaby app, and via Wi-Fi with your home wireless router. You can even program alarms based on activity/movement, audio levels and temperature/humidity. Price: $300.

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