Eye-Fi has released a new 16 GB Wi-Fi wireless memory card, named Pro X2. This class 10 wireless memory card supports IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi networks.
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Eye-Fi has released a new 16 GB Wi-Fi wireless memory card, named Pro X2. This class 10 wireless memory card supports IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi networks. The Eye-Fi Pro X2 can efficiently upload photos and videos from cameras to a PC or network storage.

Eye-Fi 16GB Pro X2 Wi-Fi memory card

The new Eye-Fi Pro X2 Wi-Fi memory card lets you connect your camera or device to a wireless network and transfer files from its storage. The main differentiating point of this card from similar memory cards are its class 10 support (the first card to reach this speed in its type), Wi-Fi based geotagging, raw wireless upload and 16 GB storage capacity (also a maximum for such a card).

“Cameras have more megapixels, and pictures and videos are more demanding in terms of size. Moving to a 16GB, Class 10 card keeps up with these trends and delivers what our customers have been asking for,” Yuval Koren, CEO and co-founder of Eye-Fi, said to explain the reason behind the card’s development, He also added, “Customers already know and love our Eye-Fi cards for instant wireless uploads, so the added space and faster speeds are a great addition, especially with the highest-volume photo days coming up.”

Amazon is now accepting pre-order of Eye-Fi Pro X2 16GB card at $99.99. Eye-Fi is expecting that the Pro X2 16GB card will also be available within the coming weeks in Australia for $108.00 AUD and in Japan for ¥9980.

Source: PRNewswire

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