3.2″ Digital Wireless Baby Monitor 2-Way Talk Video Audio Night Vision Camera

PRICE: US $61.74 without shipping price

The baby video monitor lets you keep an eye on your baby! Listen to your baby with crystal clear sound quality!

Equipped with a 3.2″ LCD screen and connected to the children’s camera via advanced 2.4GHz wireless technology, clearly shows our children without Wi-Fi interference.

You could talk to your child to comfort him/him via the talk button when he/she is crying.

Makes it convenient for parents to see the baby at any time!

A high-sensitivity microphone allows parents to monitor every movement, voice or noise from the child.

Using improved 2.4GHZ wireless technology prevents signal interruption. The monitor covers a transmission range of up to 50m indoor, 260m outdoor without barriers.

With the temperature sensor, it monitors the temperature of the baby’s room all day, helps to cure baby’s health.

The baby video monitor has excellent video and audio.

It allows you to take care of your children in the dark, keeping an eye on the baby all night with automatic night vision.

Up to 24 hours in VOX mode.

Support for multiple languages: English / French / Spanish / Portuguese / Italian / German / Turkey / Russian


  • Hassle-Free Portable MonitoringTwo way(talk back)
  • Temperature monitoring
  • Built-in lullabies in the camera
  • Automatic night vision, night monitoring
  • Secure, interference free, long range digital signal
  • High contrast 3.2″ color LCD monitor
  • Long battery life (18 hours in Vox mode)
  • Built-in lullabies may help the parent comfort the baby fall into asleep.
  • Know your baby’s room temperature all the day long without worries!
  • Two way audio between the camera and monitor, you can talk back to baby.
  • Keep an eye on baby all  night long with automatic night vision,night monitoring
  • No need to charge the battery for the monitor In the whole night in Vox modeSpecification 

Transmission Frequency: ISM 2400~2483.5 MHz
Transmission Power: 17dBm
Unobstructed Effective Range: 160ft/50m indoor/850ft/260m outdoor, line of sight
Spread Spectrum: AFH & TDMA
Modulation Mode: GFSK
Operating Temperature:  14 ~ 122° Fahrenheit/- 10 ~ +50° Celsius
Operating Humidity:  <85% 

LCD Size:  3.2″
Resolution Supported:  320 x 240
Receiving Sensitivity:  -90dBm
Consumption Current (Max.):  200mA5,Battery:  Li-polymer / 750mAh, 3.7V
Power Supply:  5V/500mA DC7,Dimensions (W x H x D):  70mm x 120mm x 17mm
Weight:  0.08kg 

Image Sensor:  CMOS
Total Picture Pixels:  640 x 480 pxl
Minimum Illumination:  0 Lux (IR on)
Night Vision Distance:  15 FT (5m)
View Angle:  Diagonal 45°
Power Consumption (Max.):  200 mA
Power Supply:  5V/500mA DC
Dimensions (W x H x D):  67mm x 106mm x 67mm
Weight:  0.4 kg 

Packge included :
1 x 3.2” LCD Receiver1 x Wireless Camera
2 x Power adapters
1 x User manual
Note: This Baby Monitor comes with retail box


Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) wants to buy

ICE is offering $ 30 billion for eBay, The Wall Street Journal reported. This became known in early February 2021.

Ebay’s capitalization is currently estimated at $ 28 billion. The Intercontinental Exchange is interested in eBay’s main asset, an online retailer. In this way, ICE will be able to apply its technological expertise in eBay-based seller-buyer communication.

This is not the first ICE takeover proposal for an online platform. Now the management of eBay is studying the proposal received, negotiations on the deal are not underway.

After the news, Ebay shares rose 7%.

Intercontinental Exchange is a large exchange operator that, over 20 years of operation, has gathered a holding company from platforms for trading derivatives and OTC instruments, such as ICE and LIFFE (where key for the oil market Brent oil futures, contracts for natural gas, LNG, interest rates, stock indices, bonds, etc.), clearing houses, as well as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). ICE acquired the NYSE in 2012, acquiring the US-European exchange operator NYSE Euronext and then spinning Euronext into a separate company. In 2016, ICE studied the possibility of a takeover of the London Stock Exchange (LSE), but refused – largely due to the high probability that the deal would be blocked by antitrust authorities.