LIGHTNING RELEASES: Phoenix, AZ (3/12/2014)…It can pan, tilt and zoom and even has night vision. The remote viewing camera Blink 1 by Motorola is new to the lineup of electronic equipment in SkyMall’s diverse catalog.  “SkyMall is a great platform for introducing innovative products into the marketplace.  It has helped to elevate our brand and create visibility with its large customer base,” offered Jason Richarz, Binatone Director-Sales North America.

The Blink 1 is compatible with smartphones, computers, tablets and pads and all it requires is an Internet connection. Just a simple log in will help to keep an eye on baby, a senior parent or a pet. It even functions in low light due to its infra-red night vision and it comes with two way audio communication so you can tell that dog to get off the couch, calm a frightened parent or sing a lullaby to a little one.

The Blink 1 can be remotely tilted, panned or zoomed and allows up to four cameras to be connected to expand viewing capabilities.  It’s compatible with Apple and Android smartphones and is quite easy to set up. Just download the free app from iTunes or Google Play and free monitoring is at your fingertips. SkyMall is offering the Blink 1 Wi-Fi Video Camera for $199.99 and once purchased there are no additional fees.  According to the SkyMall catalog, it’s the next best thing to being there.

SkyMall, LLC is a division of Xhibit Corp.  

About Xhibit Corp.

Xhibit Corp., a digital design and technology company, is the parent company to SkyMall, a multi-channel, direct marketer offering high-quality, innovative merchandise from top direct marketers and manufacturers through the iconic SkyMall catalog and website, The SkyMall catalog is seen by approximately 87% of all domestic air passengers reaching more than 650 million travelers annually. For more information see

For more information contact

Jinine Martin, Xhibit Corp.

1520 E. Pima Street Phoenix, AZ  85034

Phone:  602.528.3214 Fax:  602.254.6075

[email protected]

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