If you shoot lots of pictures at your home, the office or a friend’s house—really anywhere there is a Wi-Fi hotspot– the Eye-Fi may be the perfect SD storage card for you. The SD card has a built-in Wi-Fi connection that basically allows the SD card unlimited capacity by sending images to your PC directly over the wireless network as they are taken.
Previously, Eye-Fi only had one product in its line but today it announced three products. The Eye-Fi Explore is the most expensive at $129. It automatically finds nearby Wi-Fi networks and adds geolocation tags to images taken automatically using Skyhook’s global Wi-Fi positioning system. The Explorer also allows the uploading of images from over 10,000 Wayport hotspots in the U.S. and has 2GB of storage capacity.
The Eye-Fi Share retails for $99 and has the same features as the original Eye-Fi memory card including 2GB of storage and the automatic uploading of images. The Eye-Fi Home is the lowest cost product at $79 and it allows users to upload images at home over their personal Wi-Fi network. The Eye-Fi home has 2GB of storage as well and the only difference between it and the Share is the lack of automatic uploading.