One of the biggest advantages of a dual-screen baby monitor is that you can watch two children at once without having to creep from room to room and disturb their sleep. Many of these models also come with extra features, including voice-activated exchange (VOX), white noise and five types of lullabies, room temperature sensors, energy saving mode and out of range alerts.
Why should you get a baby monitor without WiFi?
The main thing to keep in mind when selecting the best dual baby monitors for your home is the camera and monitor resolution. Look for models that offer at least 720p video. Also, pay attention to the zoom function and whether or not the cameras have night vision.
Another great feature to consider is the ability to connect up to four cameras to one monitor. This allows you to watch multiple rooms from the same location, which is ideal for parents with several kids or who live in larger homes. Most models also come with built in speaker microphones for two-way communication, nightlights and breathing monitoring.
This baby monitor from Motorola uses a 2.4Ghz secure wireless connection between the parent unit and the camera, which helps make it immune to hacks and much faster than other models that use WiFi. It also has a 3.5-inch screen that provides a crisp image and clear sound. Infrared LEDs on the cameras help to capture images in low light, and there’s a night mode that automatically switches between daytime and dark settings.