We speak with Eye-Fi co-founder Ziv Gillat about the wireless SD cards that have finally made their way to Australia.
The company claims that the version of the specification it has reviewed will infringe on some of its patents.
This is the flagship (flagcard?) of the Eye-Fi lineup, and it normally sells for twice the price. You'll love the convenience of wirelessly copying photos from your camera.
We don't encourage buying a camera by specs alone, but there are a few things to look for that can help keep it out of the return pile.
The company's Direct Mode capability will let your phone or tablet download photos from your Eye-Fi X2-equipped camera.
That's one of the lowest prices I've seen for this wireless memory card, which offers both geotagging and a year of AT&T hotspot access. Sellout risk: high!
Talk of an Apple TV set dates back to 2009, but recent months have provided an avalanche of rumors. CNET has gathered them all in one convenient location for you.
Eye-Fi's SD Wi-Fi card is worth considering as a gift. It adds wireless connectivity to most digital cameras and it's relatively inexpensive.
Users of Eye-Fi wireless SD cards get use of Eye-Fi View for access to photos and videos from Web-connected computers and mobile devices.
The Eye-Fi wirelessly, automatically transfers photos from your camera to your PC--or, if you prefer, a Web service like Flickr, Facebook, or Snapfish.