I wanted to buy a wireless camera the next time I buy a digital camera after visiting with Sony earlier this year. Because I work with Microsoft as a Windows Champion I get to listen to monthly chats about new technology and learn how it works. I recently sat in on a call about Eye-Fi. I’d never heard of it before and frankly find it hard to believe. How can a little memory card do that? Well it’s not so hard at the rate technology is growing and changing.
I must be behind the times because the company was founded in 2005. The company is dedicated to building products and services that help consumers navigate, nurture and share their visual memories. Eye-Fi’s patented and patent-pending technology works with Wi-Fi networks to automatically send photos from a digital camera to online, in-home and retail destinations.
o Memory. Store up to 4,000 photos or 3h of video with top-notch Class 6 speed. Works just like your SDHC memory card!
o Wireless. JPEG photos & videos whiz through your Wi-Fi network thanks to built-in 802.11n speed.
o The flexibility of anywhere. Not within Wi-Fi range? With Direct Mode, the Eye-Fi card can send JPEG photos & videos directly from your camera to your iPhone, iPad or Android device.
o Endless. Get the only card that can free-up space for you after pictures are safely delivered. Never worry about running out of space again.
o Automatic back-up. Wirelessly upload JPEG photos and videos to folders of your choice on your computer, or even directly into iPhoto for Macs.
o Organized. Photos and videos can automatically land in date-based folders, so memories are organized effortlessly.
o Compatible. No need to buy a new camera. Check here to confirm that your camera can be turned into a just-get-it-done uploading machine.
o Effortless sharing. Wirelessly send your JPEG photos and videos to a popular website. See the complete list you can choose from, which includes Flickr, Facebook, Picasa, MobileMe, and YouTube.
o Pick your pics. You can select which photos and videos are uploaded.
o Get notified. Get email, Facebook or Twitter alerts when your photos are uploading online.
§ Promo code: Interested in purchasing one? If so, here is the promo code for $20 off Eye-Fi Use : blogpower
This information was shared with me as a Microsoft Windows Champion blog ambassador and they are sponsoring me to travel to EVO.