Petcube keeps you connected with your pet even from miles away

Petcube pet monitoring gadget

Petcube, the home gadget for monitoring your pets that became one of the most successful crowdfunded pet surveillance project on Kickstarter is currently on show at Macworld (iWorld) convention. The new age gadget pairs with your smartphone and allows you to see your pet anytime via a wide angle camera capable of streaming HD video, or play with it in unique ways never before possible with pet monitoring gadgets. You can even have a conversation with the pet as the gadget has inbuilt speakers and microphone. One thing that I find very interesting in Petcube is the ability to play with your pet using low-intensity movable laser light controlled with your smartphone from miles away.

Petcube is made from durable aluminum and comes in a cubic form (4x4x4 inches) that looks good in any kind of interior space. You can even customize the Petcube’s look with custom skins that suit the home interior and your pet’s character.

Petcube pet monitoring gadget

The gadget is connected to your home Wifi network and powered by power adapter.
Petcube is an ideal gadget to have if you have a very busy lifestyle and can spare very less time to stay home and cuddle your pet(s).

Petcube pet monitoring gadget

Preorder Petcube now and you can get $25 off on the retail price of $199 by using Macworld-special code “petsareawesome”. The gadget will be delivered to your doorstep in the month of May 2014. As for the Petcube app, it is free for download from iTunes store.

For those who live in Moscone North San Francisco, CA and nearby locations, you can have a hands-on look at Petcube by paying a visit to Macworld/iWorld from 27-29 March 2014.

Petcube pet monitoring gadget

Petcube pet monitoring gadget

Via: TechnologyTell

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