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Eye-Fi Mobile X2 Memory Card

Posted in Memory by Conner Flynn on April 15th, 2011

The Eye-Fi Mobile X2 is an 8GB SDHC memory card for instant uploads anywhere. Just wirelessly connect the camera to a mobile device, like your iPhone, iPad or Android device. Owners of other Eye-Fi X2 cards will love Eye-Fi’s Direct Mode, which will arrive later this week, which allows the cards to establish a direct connection to a mobile device by creating their own Wi-Fi network.

When Direct Mode launches it will be accompanied by new Android and iOS apps that allow smartphones and tablets to receive files sent from an Eye-Fi X2 memory card. Direct Mode and the apps are free upgrades to every Eye-Fi X2 card. You can expect the Eye-Fi Mobile X2 on April 17th for $79.99.

Eye-Fi SD cards get update for sending video to Facebook

Posted in Digital Cameras by Shane McGlaun on October 29th, 2009

eyefi-sbOne of the best things I bought to go along with my wife’s digital camera was the Eye-Fi SD card. She can never remember how to upload pics to Facebook and I end up having to do it for her. Thanks to the Eye-Fi, the uploading is done automatically and I don’t have to bother.

Eye-Fi announced a new update today that allows users of digital cameras that can record video to automatically upload the video directly to Facebook without having to use a computer. The video is also added to RSS feeds to tell friends when it is uploaded.

Eye-Fi works seamlessly with Snow Leopard

Posted in Mac by Shane McGlaun on August 28th, 2009

eyefi-sbOne of the coolest products for digital cameras that I have played with in a long time is the Eye-Fi line of Wi-Fi equipped memory cards. These little SD cards can automatically upload images you take to Facebook without you having to do any work.

Eye-Fi has announced that the manager software has been updated and will allow all Eye-Fi cards to work without any issues with the new Mac OS Snow Leopard. The company is offering its latest SD card, the Eye-Fi Geo for $59 via the Apple store and at other online retailers.

Lexar announces Shoot-n-Sync Wi-Fi SD card

Posted in Storage by Shane McGlaun on September 19th, 2008

Lexar Shoot-n-Sync SD CardOne of the things I dislike most about taking pictures is having to remove the memory card form my camera each time and load it into my card reader. I could directly connect the camera via USB, but I tend to forget to turn it off after I transfer pics so the battery is dead when I want to use the camera next time.

Lexar has a new SD memory card called the Shoot-n-Sync that will automatically upload images to my computer when in range of my wireless network. If the card sounds a lot like the Eye-Fi we have talked about before, it’s because it uses Eye-fi technology.

Eye-Fi announces a trio of new products

Posted in Accessories by Shane McGlaun on May 12th, 2008

Eye-Fi SD CardsIf 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.