Stuart Cam is a HD Wi-Fi camera for Minions fans

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Do you love the Minions from the Despicable Me animated movies? Well, surely these dumb creatures have found a way to survive all these years as they are extremely resilient. Not only that, the main characters will also sport their own names for a greater degree of personalization. Stuart, who happens to be the mischievous Minion out of the whole lot, will now be able to keep an eye on your home (since he has but just one eye to begin with in the first place) in the form of the new Stuart Cam HD WiFi camera.

The Stuart Cam will offer fun and affordable video monitoring so that families are able to tend to what matters most, even when they are unable to be there physically. Originally developed by Tend, who is also the manufacturer of other award-winning smart home products which are powered by computer vision technology, the Minion Made Stuart Cam is a $49.99 device that is licensed by Universal Brand Development.

It is one of the cuter cameras to have around the home, and certainly not as serious as the other kinds of WiFi cameras that are in the market. You will be able to enjoy the benefits of secure, high-definition video alongside two-way audio talkback. Using the Stuart Cam HD WiFi camera is a snap, thanks to its simple plug-and-play setup that allows just about anyone, a minion included, to be able to get the Stuart Cam up and running in a matter of minutes.

Not only that, the Stuart Cam will also be able to deliver a personalized Pet Highlight Reel which will appeal to pet owners, since they can then enjoy a snapshot of their day, in addition to the ability to talk and interact with pets over two-way audio via the Tend app on any iOS or Android mobile device. Definitely worth the purchase if you would like to keep in touch with your pets while you are on a holiday.

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