Eye-Fi

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Eye-Fi

A wireless SD Card from Eye-Fi, Inc., Mountain View, CA (www.eye.fi). Eye-Fi adds Wi-Fi capability to a regular SD memory card and automatically transmits images from the card still inside the camera to the user's computer when in range of a selected Wi-Fi network. To configure the Eye-Fi card, a small reader that holds the card plugs into a USB port, and the desired folders and networks are selected on the computer and recorded on the card. Images may be stored in the computer and/or sent over the Internet to an Eye-Fi photo sharing site. See SD Card and Wi-Fi.


The Eye-Fi Card
When the Eye-Fi card is within range of a selected Wi-Fi hotspot, the latest images are sent to the user's computer or the Internet. (Image courtesy of Eye-Fi, Inc., www.eye.fi)
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Set up simply and instantly: The Mobi has the simplest Eye-Fi card setup yet - no computer, no account and no cloud.
An Eye-Fi card is worth the effort in a situation where you need to get a few pictures from a camera to a phone or tablet.
Setup is simple and only took me a few minutes; the Eye-Fi card came with easy-to-follow instructions for the three-step process.
The Eye-Fi card works well in dense urban environments where there are many Wi-Fi hot spots.
com No need to remove your secure digital card and slot it into the card reader on your PC, nor use a USB cable for data transfer, the all new Eye-Fi card uses the magic of Wi-Fi to make moving your snaps a cinch.
Consider Eye-Fi: It looks like any other SD memory card, but after you've walked through its simple configuration wizard, your Eye-Fi card wirelessly uploads any picture or video from your camera to your PC, to Flickr, or even to YouTube.
Now photographers and real estate professionals can create a video tour of a property by automatically uploading photos wirelessly from an Eye-Fi Card in their camera to PropertyPreviews.
The Eye-Fi card has a 2GB capacity, so you can store quite a few photos before you upload to folders or image-processing programs on your computer or to the Web photo networks.
Graphic Security Systems Corporation (GSSC) today announced it will include the Eye-Fi Card for its iDetector(TM) authentication device.
The Xerox Mobile Scanner is the first battery powered scanner that includes a 4GB custom Eye-Fi card that uses Wi-Fi to wirelessly transmit JPG images and multipage PDF files from the scanner to computers, mobile phones, pads and the cloud.
But the Mobile X2 is the first Eye-Fi card that can perform its magic even when you're not in a Wi-Fi hot spot.
And there's one more thing, if the Eye-Fi card cannot find or is not in range of a wireless hotspot, it creates its own in Direct Mode.