Eye-Fi range proves yet again that they only manufacture top range products which everybody will benefit from. Individuals can now send videos and pictures over a Wi-Fi 802.11n network. The ability to transfer photos wirelessly from a camera to a computer is something anybody would want and once again they bring forth what people want. It stores a camera’s photo’s on the local memory and included is a Wi-Fi chip, which allows for the uploading of photo’s to on line stores and there will be no need to remove a card from a camera. When working on location they will prove extremely useful as individuals will be able to have files appear on their laptops as soon as it is uploaded.
Installing the Eye-Fi Mobile X2
In ten minutes you will be ready to go after you install the new software accompanied with the card, as well as registering with Eye-Fi and also set up a wireless network. Then you simply pop it into the camera and start snapping your pictures, as you go along you will be able to see the results on the computer. The iOS Eye-Fi or Android application will need to be installed on your phone, but that is made so easy as it is free to download. After the installation all you have to do is search for Eye-Fi on your Android phone, iPhone or iPad.
When will it be available?
It works even when you are out of Wi-Fi range and will work on about any camera on the market which uses SDHC cards. The price for this card is $79.99 and available in 8GB capacity, although there is no need to worry about storage, as the card is capable of freeing up space after it transferred content to compatible devices. This device will be available to everybody in May 2011. it will be extremely handy for holiday makers taking pictures and wanting to upload pictures to face book and not wanting their pictures to look like it has been taken on a mobile phone. You will be able to store 3hours of video or 4,000 photos on this memory card from Eye-Fi. It has incorporated Direct Mode which allows the Mobile X2 to establish direct connection to different devices.
The cards can be pre-ordered from Amazon, but will be available from Apple stores around April 17th. The free iPhone and iPad applications will be released around the same time.
written by Andy G
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