Eye-Fi Wireless Memory SD Card – CES 2010

Eye-fi is the first wireless memory SD card for your camera that automatically transfers the image thru Wi-Fi network to your computer. After automatically tagging the photo by location, you can designate the storage or posting location of the photograph. If there is an open hot-spot with default SSID such as Linksys or netgear it will automatically start posting. Over 10,000 Boingo spots are also available.

Andy McCaskey talks with Stephan about the Eye-Fi card and how this can streamline your photo taking process. Prices start at $49

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