For as long as strollers have cradled babies, parents have pushed them by hand. But the Smartbe “intelligent” stroller claims it will change that dynamic, allowing parents to go hands-free with motion tracking linked to their smartphone. The battery-powered electric stroller — which ranges in price from $399 to $3,199 — also includes light signals, a webcam, a bottle warmer, a wireless speaker and a retractable canopy to protect from the weather.

Is Smartbe the stroller of the future or an overpriced toy that hackers could use to put your progeny at risk? You be the judge by watching Smartbe’s promotional video and voting below!

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