Give time-starved shutterbugs an Eye-Fi memory card and they can point, shoot and upload with the press of just one button. The Eye-Fi sends snaps wirelessly to a PC or to web-based services like Flickr, so they don't have to bother with the tedious process of downloading photos from camera to computer. Unlike Kodak's EasyShare One, which was compatible only with its own photo-sharing service, the Eye-Fi card works with any digital camera that has an SD slot, and uploads to all the big-name Web sites including Facebook, TypePad, MySpace and Google's Picasa.
After setting up the camera's wireless connection, a simple process that involves registering the card with the PC, installing software and specifying which photo sharing services or PC you want to transmit images to, the Eye-Fi will automatically upload shots to PCs and Web sites whenever the camera is within 45 feet of any Wi-Fi network.
Available at: www.eye.fi