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Eye-Fi embeds WiFi into your SD flash

Ryan Block
May 1, 2006
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Until now SD WiFi has come in the form of those oversized (well, relatively) cards too long to actually fit in your device except those specifically designed to take one, like Kodak's Easy Share One, or Treo 650 / 700. Well, according to Eye-Fi, we can all scratch that problem off the list. By building their wireless into the flash of an SD card they can save on precious space, and also get a GB of memory in there too. Of course this won't exactly help all those digital cameras out there that don't even come close to supporting such a thing, but sometimes this kind of gear has to precede the hardware support in order to prove its own demand.

[Via TechCrunch]



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