19th Ave New York, NY 95822, USA

Peek-A-Boo: Smart Nursery Products Help Monitor and Care for Baby

Parents want to keep their babies safe, sound and satisfied. Now, smart nursery products help make that easier.

For today’s tech-savvy parents, Best Buy now has a new collection of internet-connected nursery devices. You can find them in every big box store across the country and online at BestBuy.com.

In addition to products we’ve sold for years – like connected baby monitors and food preparation appliances – we’ve added smart products that help parents do everything from monitoring babies’ oxygen levels, to tracking their food intake, to sharing special moments with family and friends.

These new products, from some of the most buzzworthy baby brands, give parents the tech tools and expertise they need to confidently and conveniently take care of their newest family members.

“We want to help our customers use technology to live better, safer and more convenient lives. Especially when it comes to taking care of young kids,” said Frank Bedo, vice president of merchandising, Best Buy. “These new devices can do so much for parents, from helping babies sleep to monitoring a child’s health, and we’re here to help customers get the most out of them.”

A few new products now at Best Buy let you:

Monitor growth

The Hatch Baby Grow Smart Changing Pad and Scale pairs with your Android or Apple smartphone to make it easy to monitor your baby’s weight gain and feeding amounts. The device is built into a soft and easy-to-clean changing pad.

Keep tabs

Keep an HD eye on your child with the Motorola Wi-Fi video baby monitor. The 7-inch screen is easy to use. The monitor has remote pan-and-zoom capability, two-way communication, room temperature monitoring and night vision.

Track health

By taking instant temperature readings and pairing with an app, this Kinsa Smart Ear Thermometer can help parents keep each family member’s health details straight, and receive personalized guidance on how and when to soothe symptoms, take meds and call the doctor.


Stop by your local Best Buy store and talk to an expert Blue Shirt to learn more.