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Eye-Fi Mobi Review

Eye-Fi Mobi Review

With the Eye-Fi Mobi, the company has become wise to the power of the instant web connection. Where before this specific solution, a step or two between the initial photograph and the point at which you can share it with the web were required - and a desktop computer worked best - here the user can simply connect through an Android or Apple-made iOS device. If you can tap a "share" button, you can upload photos from your high-powered DSLR camera to the web with ease.

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Eye-Fi Mobi allows photographers to wirelessly send images to iOS and Android

Eye-Fi Mobi allows photographers to wirelessly send images to iOS and Android

Eye-Fi, provider of SD cards that allow users to wirelessly transfer images, did some research and discovered two things: the first is that people want to wirelessly transfer photos from their camera to their mobile device, and the second is that they would more often use their camera if they could do this. Such data compelled Eye-Fi to create the Mobi card, which it has just announced.

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Eye-Fi outs new Mobile X2 SD card

Eye-Fi outs new Mobile X2 SD card

Eye-Fi has been around for a long time with its slick little SD storage cards for any device supporting the format that have integrated Wi-Fi. These memory cards allow users to store pictures on the card inside their camera and have the photos uploaded automatically to their computer and photo sharing sites. The company has unveiled a new Eye-Fi SD card called the Mobile X2.

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Eye-Fi Pro X2 Review

Eye-Fi Pro X2 Review

Eye-Fi have managed to do - if not the impossible - then then unlikely: make camera storage fun. The new Eye-Fi Pro X2 is an 8GB SDHC memory card that promises to wirelessly transfer your photos and video to your home or work computer without demanding you mess with cables and card readers. It'll also upload shots automatically to Facebook, Flickr and other online galleries, together with geotagging them, and it'll do it faster too thanks to WiFi 802.11n and a new chipset. Still, is it worth $149.99? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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