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A wireless memory card that can be used in a digital camera, allowing you to automatically upload your digital pictures to their wireless network. An Eye-Fi card works just like a regular SD Card (Secure Digital Card) in that it stores your pictures on the card, but the Eye-Fi card can be configured to upload the images automatically to a wireless network when it is within range and the camera is turned on.

The Eye-Fi card comes with Eye-Fi Manager software for setting up the Wi-Fi network connection. It works with 802.11g, 802.11b and backwards-compatible 802.11n wireless networks.

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