We tested more than a half-dozen cameras to find the best baby monitors with the sharpest images and most important features for checking in on a sleeping child.
A feature-rich app, an easy-to-control camera, and extras like push-to-talk and music playback make the M6T our top baby monitor pick.
This video baby monitor does many of the same things as its pricier rivals, making it a good choice for parents who want the most for their money.
While the Philips Avent is easy to use, it lacks key features such as the ability to remotely adjust the camera or initiate push-to-talk to soothe a crying baby.
Its budget price tag is attractive, but Levana's baby monitor forces you to make too many compromises.
If you don’t mind paying a bit more than other video monitors, Motorola’s MBP853 Connect has the tools and mobility to give you peace of mind.
With stellar emergency features and highly accurate location data, this is the GPS tracker you want with you for any serious outdoor adventure.
Despite accurate location logging, this GPS tracker can't compete with rival devices on price or features.