Eye-Fi celebrates one year with 4GB camera card

Eye-Fi celebrates its first anniversary with 4GB limited-edition anniversary storage card.

Eye-Fi, the maker of camera storage cards that can also beam photos directly to a computer or Web site via Wi-Fi, on Wednesday celebrated its first anniversary with a new special-edition product.


It's called the Eye-Fi Anniversary Edition, and it offers 4GB of storage space for $129.

Like other cards, the new card wirelessly sends photos from a digital camera to a computer and to one of more than 25 online photo-sharing sites. However, it doesn't come with one year of hot-spot service, as found in the existing 2GB Eye-Fi Explore card.

Eye-Fi's product line includes the Eye-Fi Home, Share, Anniversary Edition, and Explore cards, with prices ranging from $79 to $129.

The Eye-Fi Anniversary Edition is supposedly limited, so if you're a big fan, you probably need to move quickly.

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