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Eye-Fi Wireless SD Card: Transfer Images From Camera to PC Wirelessly and Automatically! [CES 2010]

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Eye-Fi is one of the few gadgets which makes you go WOW! It’s an amazing concept what makes our lives easier.

looks like a regular memory card which fits well with majority of the digital cameras. The feature that sets it apart is the Wi-Fi capability. Yes, you heard that right! A memory card that is Wi-Fi enabled to transfer all your pictures without you having to do it.

The SD card can store up to 32 network connections including their security information. Once connected to the network card starts transferring the images automatically. The card is also capable of uploading pictures to services like Picasa, Flickr, Snapfish, etc..

It’s a very innovative product and a must have for avid photographers. It saves a lot of time by cutting down quite a few steps involved in transferring pictures from camera to computer.

These cards are available online and at offline stores which are selling between $50 and $150 depending upon the storage space and features it offers.

The new Pro X2 version is available for pre-order and is priced at $149.99. The pro version supports adhoc network which means you do not need to have a wireless router, your laptop can act as a router to transfer the pictures automatically.

Watch the following video to know more about the product and click here to buy one of these.

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  1. By: BeNJ  on January 10, 2010 at 8:34 pm

    Wow indeed! Extremely useful!!
    unfortunately my Nikon D70 isn't in the compatibility list, although that doesn't mean it won't work, it does mean i'll need to look around a little for info before buying.
    really cool product anyway!! :)

  2. By: BeNJ  on January 11, 2010 at 8:53 am

    ok, scratch that, i was thinking about my Canon S80, the D70 has a CF card so no go for it, but maybe for the Canon. ;)

  3. By: Abbas  on January 11, 2010 at 10:16 am

    From what I've heard from them they will have one of those soon! This is one of the coolest isn't it! Brilliant!

  4. By: Don Reed  on April 1, 2010 at 8:53 pm

    When will this be available in a compact flash. This seems amazing but I shoot a Canon xti and only have a compact flash card. Thanks for the technology.