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Thursday, 25 March 2010 01:00

Eye-Fi announces two new X2 cards

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The 4 and 8GB SD with Wi-Fi

Eye-Fi has extended its offer to include two new fresh and "summer ready" WiFi SD X2 cards, the Eye-Fi 4GB Connect X2 and the Eye-Fi 8GB Explore X2.

Both new cards feature 802.11n WiFi connectivity, Class 6 rating and will work in so called Endless Memory mode that automatically makes room by deleting content that has been uploaded. The Explorer X2 also feature automatic Geotagging and one-year free hotspot access in the USA.

The 4GB Connect X2 is selling for US $49.99 while the 8GB Explorer one has a suggested price of US $99.99.

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