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Eye-Fi unveils 2GB Wi-Fi memory card

updated 10:25 am EDT, Tue October 30, 2007

Eye-Fi 2GB Wireless Card

Eye-Fi today launched the 2GB Eye-Fi SD card, the production version of the wireless card first previewed late last year. The new memory is the first to build an 802.11g Wi-Fi adapter directly into the card itself and lets users transfer photos either to a local Mac or PC without having to attach a card reader or USB cable. Through a special setup process, users can not only specify a photo for automatic transfers but also send photos directly to blogs and photo websites, allowing users to post to Facebook, Flickr, and similar pages while bypassing a computer altogether.

Use of the card in a camera is transparent from a control perspective and works like traditional SD storage for any camera that accepts the format. The 2GB card is available today and sells for $100.



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  1. vasic

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    Cool thing!

    If this really works as advertised, (i.e. no fiddling with the card, automated upload as soon as open WiFi network is detected), this is an extremely cool device for not a lot of money.

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