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Now parents won’t need eyes in the back of their heads in order to keep an eye on their kids in the back seat of the car. Garmin’s new babyCam will do that for them. The babyCam an in-vehicle wireless video baby monitor that mounts easily without tools using a twist-to-clamp bracket on the front or backseat headrest. The camera connects to a broad range of Garmin navigation devices to display the camera on the navigator’s display. Switching between the navigation view and camera view is easy and you can add up to four babyCams which are each powered by 2 AA batteries (not included). Garmin will be selling the babyCams for $199.99. It’s unsure when they will be available, but you can sign up on Garmin’s site to be notified when they do.
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I’m conflicted. I love baby tech and my son already has too much of it. But this feels like such a $200 solution for a problem solved by a $10 mirror.