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Wireless "Eye-Fi" Photo Card Available in More Places

Wireless "Eye-Fi" Photo Card Available in More Places

Starting Jan. 11, Eye-Fi users can upload photos directly to Microsoft Windows Live, Microsoft Windows Live Photo Gallery, and Costco's Photo Center.

If you recall, the Eye-Fi is the first wireless memory card for digital cameras that allows users to wirelessly send photos directly from their digital camera to their computer or online photo sharing site using home Wi-Fi networks. These new upload choices mean Eye-Fi users will be able to select from a total of 20 photo destinations.

According to a press release, Eye-Fi cards will be sold at additional retail channels including Costco, PC Mall and Mac Mall for $100, which means the cards will be more readily available to all the photography geeks that want to test the cards out.

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scissorz scissorz 8 years
its great though cause like all other tech in the world it will drop so much in price! i cant wait though since ive missplaced my comp to camera chord
Madamesoybean Madamesoybean 8 years
Great if you're traveling I would think....but it's too dear for only 2 gigs. In a year or two maybe.
bunnystack bunnystack 8 years
Wait a few years and the price will go down. I remember when SD cards first came out and they were ridiculously expensive for just 512 MB, and now you can get one for around $15.
bunnystack bunnystack 8 years
Wait a few years and the price will go down.I remember when SD cards first came out and they were ridiculously expensive for just 512 MB, and now you can get one for around $15.
colormesticky colormesticky 8 years
I'll have to file that one under "super awesome but too expensive when I can just wait till I get home". Still, if I were a little more hard core about my gadgets I'd snap this up.
kitkatherine kitkatherine 8 years
neat. but it's not worth it for me.
wren1 wren1 8 years
What a fantastic idea! Maybe a bit expensive, though? not sure...
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