Review: Wireless Video Baby Monitor

After hunting quite a while for a good video baby monitor, I decided to purchase MOTOROLA MBP33. It operates on wireless technology, 2.4GHz FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum) which enables reliable video transmission between the camera and the receiver. It also offers 2-way communications between the camera and the receiver or vice versa. Thus, you may be able to communicate with your partner or even your lovely little one when they have learned to speak.

The receiver comes with a 2.8″ colour screen which operates on rechargeable batteries, Mi-MH 3.6V, 900mAH (up to 3.5hrs).  The video quality is pretty good, and supports up to 25FPS. The receiver also allows you to remotely play lullabies to your baby, and controlling the volume. It also displays useless information such as the room temperature, alerts for noise level and etc.

Some of the other features of this video monitor are:

  • Supports up to 590ft (180m) Range*
  • Zoom & Infrared Night Vision
  • High Sensitivity Microphone
  • Out-of-Range Alert
  • Volume Control
  • Room Temperature Display
  • Sound Level Indicator
  • 5 Lullabies

The default set comes with 1x camera and 1x receiver. However, if you require additional camera, the receiver is able to connect up to 4 cameras.

One Comment  to  Review: Wireless Video Baby Monitor

  1. Augustine says:

    Thanks Colin for the information. Doubt we will ever get to hear the “Out of range” alert in Singapore’s HDB flat. Haha

    I just bought one in Amazon. Free shipping to SG & a $30 Amazon.com promotional credit toward the purchase of items shipped and sold by Amazon.com. Good deal!

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