CES 2015: mamaRoo self-rocking baby seat now app-controlled
Over at CES where the ShinyShiny team are hard at work sourcing the latest gadgets, an upgraded form of the popular mamaRoo infant seat is being showcased to demonstrate its new function: app control.
Designed by company 4Moms, the popular infant seat was first introduced back in 2010, so will be well-known to many. It’s designed to rock a baby to sleep with natural movements, gentle sounds and soothing songs, giving parents a no doubt much-needed break.
The new app function basically allows parents to determine how they want their baby to be soothed by choosing a motion and sound remotely.
The new chair should be available to buy shortly, and its price is dependent on which fabric you opt for: $239 or $269. Stay tuned for more news on this!
Smart rockers for moms #ces2015 pic.twitter.com/ELmrq2AtvI
— Chris Ciaccia (@Chris_Ciaccia) January 6, 2015
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