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Eye-Fi Mobile X2 Wireless SDHC 8GB Memory Card

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  • 8GB memory. Store up to 4,000 photos or 3h of video with top-notch Class 6 speed. Works just like your SDHC memory card!
  • Wireless. JPEG photos & videos whiz through your Wi-Fi network thanks to built-in 802.11n speed
  • The flexibility of anywhere. With Direct Mode, the Eye-Fi card can send JPEG photos & videos directly from your camera to your iPhone, iPad or Android device
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Product details

  • Item Weight: 77 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 82 g
  • Item model number: EYE-FI-8MD-EU
  • ASIN: B004X0YY4Q
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 18 April 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nigel on 27 Sept. 2013
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I had an original 4gb Eye-Fi card that used to be quite glitchy. But I've always loved the idea of being able to take pictures with a decent camera (I use a Nikon D3100) and transferring them straight to iphone to upload to Facebook etc.
When I saw there was a new version of the card I thought I'd give it a go. I must say that so far it's faultless.
Used to be difficult to get my phone to connect to the eye-Fi card, especially when your at your home network but there doesn't seem to be an issue now. Once I have taken a picture with my camera I open wifi settings on my phone and if it hasn't selected it automatically it's always listed to select.
I totally love this card!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ashwin on 6 May 2013
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This is an amazing piece of tech which works flawlessly with Nikon d90 and my android tablet. I have not tried syncing it with my laptop but should work the same way I guess. Setup and config takes about 10 to 15 minutes. Once I setup the card to direct transfer mode and paired it with my nexus 10 tablet, it works like a charm. All I have to do is turn the camera on and take some snaps. The tablet automatically connects to eye-fi WiFi and downloads the photos and videos. Transfer take between 5-10 seconds for a 6mb photo which is great.

I don't like the fact that we have to sign up to eye if online account. It should be really made optional as I don't have any intention to upload photos to their server. Automatic upload to NAS is a feature I would want this card to support in the future.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By - on 15 Aug. 2013
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I had reviewed this extensively and thought i would bite the bullet and see how it went. I purchased the mobile version as I had read that all you had to do was enter an activation code on the app and hey presto. Am afraid not, firstly i tried to find the code which on various websites said it was on the back of sd case, was it there? No. The only ten digit code i could find was on the back of the box. I entered that with my fingers crossed and again nothing. Then it said i needed to load the sd card onto my computer and start the eye-fi centre. Again nothing. Don't even bother wasting your time and money on this. I'm going to try the transcend card and if that works great, if not i will give it up as a bad joke.
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3 of 7 people found the following review helpful By poldebruin on 20 Jun. 2012
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After reading many online reviews waxing lyrical about this card, I decided to take the plunge and banish scrabbling around for my usb cable forever.

The card initially wasn't recognised in my camera, but after a firmware upgrade my camera found it and formatted it.

The card come with Eye-Fi centre which, to my mind was a fairly annoying picture viewer that frequently crashes. You need to set up your Wifi network details in here. This was fairly straightforward, and the wifi card saw my network and worked fine - any shot taken on the camera zipped over to my computer wirelessly.

A few little things annoyed me about the card however, or more specifically the process. After taking a few shots out, you come home and turn on the camera to allow the shots to go across. This happens relatively slowly comapred with a cable, so if you are transferring 50 or so shots the camera needs to be left on a significant amount of time. While you go off and do something else it is hard to remember to return to your camera and turn it off when finished (you must disable your camera's auto-off feature as this could trigger in mid-transfer) The end result is a dead camera with a battery that needs constant recharging.

The seciond issue came when it intermittently fails to send the photos over. you would actually rather it completely failed so you know where you stood. Now you are left with a situation when you don't know what has and what hasn't transferred. I have reinstalled the software, reseatted the card, tried a different router, moved the router closer, all to no avail. TRhe card just decides whether it wants to work or not without any discernable cause.

In the end, I just use this card as (an expensive) memory card, - I just pop it out of the camera and transfer the pictures directly that way.

A bad buy and one I wished I hadn't made.
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