Monday, May 3, 2010

Eye-Fi Geo X2: a new memory card Wi-Fi location-based

Eye-Fi now complete its range of memory cards connected by upgrading an older model. The new Eye-Fi Geo X2 interposed between the model and first prize and the intermediate model.

For those who have not yet found their happiness in the completeness of the range, this new model combines 4GB of X2 Connect function geotagging Explore the X2. It relies on the recall process of the Wi-Fi triangulation, which determines the approximate location of the memory card according to the Wi-Fi range. However, it does not inherit the function of connecting to public access points, for the time reserved for the U.S. territory of the latter.

It nonetheless shares the technical unified new range including a storage medium that meets the requirements of Class 6, a Wi-Fi N, and support many services sharing online.

The Eye-Fi Geo X2 will be marketed in France since the May retail price of EUR 80, midway between the two models that surround it.

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