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Baby monitors used to use 2-way radio technology to allow you to listen for cries at the other end of the house. Today; it’s all about video. While you can still find the old audio-only monitors for about $30-40 if you look hard, most monitor manufacturers offer easy to set up and use video feeds; and those are by far the most popular sellers today. The main difference; do you want to watch Junior on one of their supplied handheld screens, or on your smartphone. I tried one of each; the LorexBaby Care ‘N Share 3.5” Video Baby Monitor, and the D-Link Wi-Fi Baby Camera.
Both had most of the same major features, but one did emerge a clear winner for me. Here’s why….