A new offering from wireless SD card maker Eye-Fi promises easier photo transfer to mobile devices.
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.
Earlier demos were done on Android tablets, but the software company showed off a proof of concept using a modified Samsung Galaxy Note II to demo its eye-tracking software at Showstoppers.
The business-centric security software will be able to deploy EyeVerify's eye-vein tracking tech.
The company's Direct Mode capability will let your phone or tablet download photos from your Eye-Fi X2-equipped camera.
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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.
For less than $35, this SD-card-size adapter lets you connect mobile devices and computers to your camera for wireless viewing and transferring of pictures and videos.