you may be. While the camera gets connected to the home Wi-Fi, an app downloaded from the Google Android Playstore, or Apple’s Appstore, helps you maintain a constant watch. The only problem I faced here is the stability of this app, which kept crashing on my Google Nexus 4. Through the app, one can even pan or tilt the camera, to cover a wider area.
Another thing that worries me is the service back-up. In India, the Motorola Blink 1 Digital Baby Monitor is being marketed not by the company directly, but through a distributor, Binatone. This puts a question on repairs and parts availability. All in all, I would say that this is an interesting concept but worth buying only if you are comfortable with the price. After your child grows older, it can always be put to other use as mentioned above.
Estimated street price: Rs 9,995