BiancaMed Baby Monitor
Chief Technology Officer Philip de Chazal is shown here with the front end of the company's Baby Monitor. A bigger unit hovers over the crib, and the parents keep this one near them to check the status of their child. If a child doesn't breathe for 15 seconds, it sends an alarm. The complete set will sell for $200 toward the end of the year.
Caption text by CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos.
March 3, 2008 12:04 PM PST
Photo by: Michael Kanellos/CNET News.com
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