This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Eye-Fi. All opinions are 100% mine.
There’s something to be said about great ideas and this is just one of those. If you own a digital camera, then you know exactly what it’s like to have a big memory card that can take hundreds of photos before you download to your computer. But you always get people asking you for copies of the photos, or wanting you to upload them to your computer or Facebook so they can see them. And guess what, you never have a card reader when you need one; and you can never get your photos off your card. We’ve all experienced this frustration haven’t we?
Well, someone came up with the brilliant idea of building Wifi into an SD card, which means that any SD camera can now hook up to a WiFi network, allowing you to copy photos right off the card to your computer, or even up to the Web. It’s called Eye-Fi and here’s a short video about it:
To tell you the truth, I didn’t know that such a device existed before I came across it today, and it’s definitely up there as one of the interesting gadgets I’ve seen this year. It’s a device that was invented to fit a need, and anyone with a digital camera can relate to the need. Who knows, it might work well as a Christmas present for someone you know.