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In the News
Engadget — January 2014
"Named the Best Kid Friendly Product of CES for its innovative model and safety."
The Today Show— January 2014
"These days, the push to sync up our whole world now reaches all the way to the cradle. Products like Mimo are going past the standard baby monitors with sensorized onesies."
The Huffington Post — January 2014
"A gadget for babies turned heads at CES 2014, a technology and consumer trade show."
Wall Street Journal Live— January 2014
"[The Mimo monitor] is an example of great products that really change people’s lives. The Mimo baby from Rest Devices actually allows parents to have the peace of mind of seeing their child’s heart rate, respiration, and temperature and to be able to respond to things that might happen during the day. "
CNBC— January 2014
"Mom and dad can see information in live, real-time on their phone and set notifications to let them know if anything changes."
USA Today — January 2014
"And over time, it tracks sleep and growth patterns. It’s the same price as other monitors, but this is the first one you can put on your baby."
Metro — October 2013
"The magic is in the onesie, or as Mimo calls it, the organic cotton kimono."
GDGT Central— September 2013
"Once the kit has been set up in the baby's crib, parents can download either a free iPhone or Android application that allows them to view data gathered by Mimo, like the number of times their baby turns over in their sleep, their breathing rate, and so on."
Fast Company — September 2013
"The wearable computing trend just hit the crib. Adults have Nike+, Jawbone Up, and the Fitbit Flex, and now babies have Mimo--a connected onesie that monitors their sleep and reports back to mom and dad through a smartphone app."
San Francisco Chronicle — September 2012
"The company's tricked-out Peeko onesie embeds sensors that monitor baby's breathing, temperature and body position, sending that data to a smartphone or tablet via a base station and the cloud."