Snuza launches Pico, a Portable Baby Movement Monitor at CES 2016

Snuza launches Pico, a Portable Baby Movement Monitor at CES 2016 – The Snuza Pico has been rolled out during 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The newly launched device is recommended for babies in the age bracket of 0 to 12 months.

Snuza launches Pico, a Portable Baby Movement Monitor at CES 2016

Snuza Pico has turned out to be the latest product of the tech firm that is said to diminish the fake alarms, which are caused by other similar devices that function on contact concept. The Pico, in contrast, does not require any direct contact with the infant’s skin but can be tied to the infant’s napkin and will observe abdominal moves with the assistance of contactless sensing element.

Snuza launches Pico, a Portable Baby Movement Monitor at CES 2016

Snuza Pico is solid and carries a weight of around 10z. It is not injurious to kids owing to the safe hypo-allergenic stuff utilized and therapeutic grade plastics, they do not pass out or accept any radio frequency indications.

Parents, as well as custodians, can unite with the Pico making use of Bluetooth LE from their handsets by the use of an application program. This application program permits them to examine and manage Pico with the help of a remote within the extent of 20 to 30 meters. The gadget can be accessed via several devices, and it exhibits infant’s abdominal movement, skin warmth, sleeping situation and whether there is any prospective hazard to your kid and warns parents. To check the temperature, the machine makes use of a temperature sensing element, which does not require being in contact with skin.

Together with the Pico, there were two other gadgets demonstrated at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Snuza Hero and Snuza Go, which are obtainable in retail shops valued at $119.99 for Hero and $99.99 for the Snuza Go. The Snuza Pico will be obtainable in retail shops from the month of June.

Snuza is a firm, which specializes in the development of infant monitors to keep track of your loved ones.

Source: Gizmo Times

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