The Samsung EzView Baby Monitor, Model SEW-3022, is one of a new range of four video baby monitors called Samsung BabyView. The others are the Samsung RemoteView, Samsung SmartView and Samsung SecureView. All four video baby monitors come with standard features such as night vision, two-way talk back, Micro SD card slot for video record/upload, but each one offers something a little bit different.
Let’s take a look at the Samsung EzView baby monitor. With its sleek and contemporary design, it has a 2.4″ color LCD screen for easy viewing, automatic black and white night vision, two-way talk back, remote activated nightlight and the ability to support three additional camera.You can be assured of an interference free signal with its 2.4GHz digital frequency hop technology up to a 350ft signal range.
However, what makes this Samsung baby monitor hi-tech is that it allows you to record, store and upload video of your baby to social media sites like Youtube, Facebook or Twitter using the built-in micro SD slot. It also has the benefit of a built-in temperature sensor that alerts you automatically if the temperature in the room has risen or dropped too much.
As you would expect from Samsung, the quality of the video and audio is excellent, although there are some issues with the signal range.
As each of the Samsung baby monitors offer some different features, I have designed a Samsung baby Monitor comparison table so you can see the differences between models at a glance.
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Early in 2011, Samsung Techwin America introduced a new range of video baby monitors, the Samsung BabyView baby monitors; the Samsung EZView, the Samsung RemoteView, the Samsung SmartView and the Samsung SecureView. They have been designed for today’s tech-savvy parents, allowing them to not only keep their baby safe and secure, but able to share their joy with friends and family. According to Samsung, the BabyView baby monitors provide unmatched technology, reliability and simplicity.
They further state that the Samsung BabyView baby monitors‘ advanced capabilities far surpass the current market offerings. For the first time, parents can share audio and video of their baby or infant with friends and family via social networking web sites such as Facebook and Twitter using the built-in SD card technology that allows video captured from the monitor to be easily uploaded to sites such as Youtube.
All four of the BabyView baby monitors come with standard features (see below), but have different screen sizes and functions. To help you choose the best Samsung BabyVIEW baby monitor for you, I’ve created a Samsung BabyView baby monitors comparison table so you can see the functions and features at a glance.
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