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SanDisk SDSDWIFI-008G-X46 8GB Eye-Fi Wireless Class 4 Memory Card with Adapter

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  • Stores and uploads JPEG photos and video files wirelessly
  • Selective share option allows selection of which photos and videos are uploaded, with the remainder being backed up on a computer
  • Hassle free upload of pictures and videos onto online site such as facebook and YouTube with no cables required
  • Compatible with SDHC compatible cameras
  • Works with 802.11b, 802.11g and backwards-compatible 802.11n wireless networks (5 GHz band is not supported)
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandSanDisk
Item Weight50 g
Product Dimensions20.2 x 10.8 x 1.6 cm
Item model numberSDSDWIFI-008G-X46
ColorRed
RAM Size8 GB
  
Additional Information
ASINB005LFT48S
Best Sellers Rank 40,595 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight100 g
Date First Available6 Sept. 2011
  
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Product Description

Product Description

SanDisk Eye Fi

The SanDisk Eye-Fi wireless memory card makes transferring photos and videos from your camera effortless. With Wi-Fi built into the memory card you can instantly transfer your photos and videos from your camera to your computer, tablet, or smartphone. And you can automatically backup, organise and share your memorable moments.

Features

  • Wireless transfer from camera to computer, tablet, or smartphone.
  • Automatically back up and organize photos & videos.
  • Store photos and videos with 4 GB* or 8GB* of memory.
  • Upload photos & videos through fast built in Wi-Fi.
  • Effortlessly Share on your favorite social media sites.
  • Simplicity. Get set up in just minutes.

Not all devices support microSDHC memory cards. Contact your device manufacturer for details.

*1 GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes. Actual user storage less.

Box Contains

Satellite R830-181 notebook
Batterybr>AC Adapter
Power Cord
Quick Start Guide

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Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By bryantookey on 10 Aug. 2012
Size Name: 8GB Verified Purchase
We have a Nikon D3100 (relatively new) and wanted a way to automatically download all the pictures to our computer and upload them to our picasaweb account. This wi-fi enable disk allows us to do just that. We just get home from an outing (e.g., yesterday it was the London 2012 Olympics), turn the camera and pc on and in c. 10 minutes all the photos are loaded on both the computer and our picasa account. The set up was very simple and easy and it saves us hours of time and the hassle of ejecting the disk and loading up pictures and then trying to synch with picasaweb. Brilliant.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Nigel_S on 28 Nov. 2012
Size Name: 8GB Verified Purchase
I am normally pretty sceptical when it comes to claims about what products can do, so it was with a small amount of trepidation that I purchased the SanDisk Eye-Fi wireless card - I should not have worried.

Setting the card up is a simple matter of plugging into a spare USB slot on your computer (using the adapter provided), setting up a free Eye-Fi account, downloading the Eye-Fi app onto your device and hooking it all up. Sounds complicated but took no more than 10 minutes and worked flawlessly!

I take a lot of photos and one of the biggest bugbears (if I want to see the results immediately on something larger than the small camera screen) is having to lug a laptop to download them onto. This card allows me to tuck my Kindle Fire HD into my backpack and just remember to leave my camera switched on during breaks in shooting.

The WiFi seems pretty solid at close range but does tend to fizzle out at about 30 feet (approximately 9 metres for those of you who don't know what feet are!) and doesn't seem to compromise camera battery life.
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51 of 58 people found the following review helpful By DougTheMac on 4 May 2012
Size Name: 4GB Verified Purchase
This is in principle a great system but ruined by the very confusing and unnecessarily complicated set-up and UI. Even one of the more enthusiastic reviewers (Phil UK) said he got it all up and running "in a couple of hours"!! What low expectations we sometimes have!! It should take a few minutes, not hours!!! And why is it necessary to connect the card to the internet every time you want to change some settings, when you don't want any pics uploaded beyond your local network? The confusing and sometimes contradictory user instructions are scattered around a variety of web pages and help screens, treating the user as an idiot one moment and as an IT expert the next. The iOS App instructions show screens that don't exist!

The main function of transferring pics from camera to a desktop computer via a local wireless network is fairly easy to set up, and works fairly well (most of the time), but is of limited usefulness (IMHO). Modern multi-megapixel cameras producing 5MB JPGs will generate a lot of data very quickly (and for HD video, at a ridiculous rate!), and it is much faster and simpler to pop an ordinary SD card out of the camera and into a card reader on the desktop. Since you can't do anything useful with the pics on your desktop computer unless you are sitting at it, there seems little benefit in uploading them over the network. Transfer speeds are very erratic - sometimes pics transfer in a few seconds, sometimes it takes forever. It seems to need to be close to the wireless access point - and it rather defeats the object of the exercise to have to take the camera over to near the router and leave it there to transfer the pics.....

Far, far more useful is the ability to send pics to an iPad, to be used for instant gratification on a decent-sized display.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Phil UK on 25 Nov. 2011
Size Name: 4GB Verified Purchase
Well, somewhat surprisingly this card works well. Do be aware that as of when I bought it (21st November 2011) the Sandisk web site had no useful support information on it at all. However the card behaves like an Eye-Fi card, is setup with Eye-Fi's setup utility, has to be registered on Eye-Fi's web site and in every other respect behaves like an Eye-Fi card. So What I'm getting around to is that Sandisk's complete lack of information isn't really a problem. I got the card up and working with Shuttersnitch running on an iPad, both via my existing wireless network and also via its direct mode in a couple of hours. I did also try receiving sent photos on my laptop via Eye-Fi's supplied software and that worked OK too. I'm unsure as to whether one can swap the receiving device from iPad to laptop without altering the settings on the card or not, I've not tried that yet. Transmission speed seems to be a little erratic but when using an existing network I had to wait no longer than 5 or 6 seconds for an image to come though (I was sending 16MP, 1MB jpeg images) but I think, within reason, it's not so much the image size as all the hand shaking that takes the time, so my feeling is if you fed a steady stream of images at, say, 3 or 4 second intervals they'd probably come through a little quicker.

On the whole this card surprised me at how well it works and that I got it setup in a relatively short space of time without too much pain! One thing I would say is that if you are intending to use it with an iPad then budget for buying Shuttersnitch as well (£11 as of writing) because the Eye-Fi iPad app didn't seem great and is probably more trouble than it's worth.
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