kirk1978

kirk1978

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On Toshiba announces its first "Flash Air' WiFi SDHC card article (40 comments in total)
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Eye-Fi Support: I am not going to comment on anything other than Eye-Fi. As policy, we only comment about our products.

Eye-Fi is part of the SD Association, and is fully SDHC compliant.

Please see my replies below.

Thx --

Ziv.
Eye-Fi co-founder

I think Eye-Fi got a real head start in this.
but really need to work on the advertising. Lot of people doesn't know about this. and as twitter/foursquare/etc are all over the place, there is a real big market for this.

one thing tho. there are alot of good suggestion in both android market and itune app store. and i think if eye-fi can address these, it would bring it a bigger user base, especially as of this moment, you guys are the ONLY one does these SD cards (till end of the year as this post suggest)

oh .. like many addressed before.
CF card would be nice

Cheers
-K

Direct link | Posted on Sep 3, 2011 at 09:51 UTC
On Toshiba announces its first "Flash Air' WiFi SDHC card article (40 comments in total)

I can see Eye-Fi Support are posting here

Well.. Looks like Competition is here
personally I am a user of the Eye-Fi card (got 4 different X2 cards in total in the family)
i think there is a REAL NEED to fine tune the Android/Iphone Eye-Fi Apps

Such things like Pro/X2 to choose whether RAW is transfer in Selective transfer mode (case: Shoot Raw+Jpeg, set card to selective transfer mode, and it will transfer both to phone. even i set that in the software only JPEG send to phone)

also the stable-ness of the apps, sometime it wait forever and not transfer, and some times it doesn't know to disconnect after transfer, and phone stuck using eye-fi card as "internet connection"

but ya.. Toshiba is not the ONLY one.. (maybe the only one accept receiving atm)

Direct link | Posted on Sep 3, 2011 at 09:45 UTC as 12th comment
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