By January 10, 2010

Eye-fi pro card unboxing video

A few days ago we told you about the new range of Eye-fi cards that had just been announced at CES. We thought it was about time we reviewed the Eye-fi cards as they are such a cool idea!

The Eye-fi pro card

The Eye-fi pro card


If you’ve never seen them before then concept is relatively simple. Take a normal size SD memory card, fill it with 4GB of memory and then cram in a Wi-Fi adapter that can transfer the content you just recorded over Wi-Fi straight back to your PC/MAC or auto upload to your favourite sharing site for you all without you having to think about it or even remove the card from the camera!

As the Eye-fi card is basically a standard SD/SDHC memory card size it will work with any camera or digital camcorder. As soon as you take your photos they can be automatically transferred as long as you have Wi-Fi coverage. There are plenty of other options available too but I’ll cover it all when I get to the review later this week.

As always I have recorded an unboxing video but this is just a quick one so that I can show you the package and tell you about the various options. Take a look at the video below.


Eye-fi pro memory card unboxing video


Eye-fi pro Specification:

  • Wi-Fi security: Static WEP 64/128, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK
  • Range: 90+ feet (27.4m) outdoors and 45+ feet (13.7m) indoors
  • Storage capacity: 2 GB, 4 GB or 8 GB
  • Power: Powered through device.
  • Card dimensions: SD standard 32mm x 24mm x 2.1mm
  • Card weight: 2.835 gram (0.1oz.)
  • 802.11b/g/n


Currently-supported photo/video services:

  • Adobe Photoshop Express
  • Costco Photo Center
  • dotPhoto
  • Evernote
  • Facebook
  • Flickr
  • Fotki
  • Gallery 2
  • Kodak EasyShare Gallery
  • MobileMe
  • Phanfare
  • Photobucket
  • Picasa Web Albums
  • RitzPix
  • Sharpcast
  • Shutterfly
  • SmugMug
  • Snapfish
  • TypePad
  • Vox
  • Walmart
  • Webshots
  • Windows Live
  • YouTube
  • Zenfolio


Posted by: Matt

Posted in: Videos/Unboxings

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More than 20 years in the IT industry. Blogging with a passion and thirst for new technology since 2005.
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