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Being a Register Hardware reader, I couldn't make do with Tomy's latest offerings in the baby monitor world. Not for me the simple features, standard technology and ease of use. I want more, and seeing as somehow I have managed to convince the missus that we need something a little more advanced, I set about looking for the right IP camera...

The myriad of options from all continents of the globe has left me confused but I know this much:

I need:

• Built in audio Low light capability, even IR LEDs for illumination if possible.
• Wired and wireless capability.
• Assignable IP
• Approx price point of £100 if such a product exists for that price.

What suggestions, warnings and experiences do any of you have?

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