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Lexar to license Eye-Fi's WiFi SD tech

Paul Miller, @futurepaul
January 8, 2008
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It's hard enough to get noticed in the camera storage market, and while Eye-Fi's 2GB WiFi SD cards have certainly gotten some play, the company is teaming up with Lexar to promote the tech to a larger audience. From what we can tell, Lexar won't be making any changes to the core product, just lending its brand name, but details are slim at the moment. Lexar will be showing off Eye-Fi's stuff this week at CES, maybe they'll let some release info slip in the coming days.

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