Today, Lexar Media announced an Eye-Fi connected 2GB SD card dubbed Shoot-N-Sync. If you recall, Lexar and Eye-Fi released a statement way back in January at CES that something was in the works. It does all the glorious things the Eye-Fi card does, but it’s now coming from a legitimate memory card manufacturer. The SNS is classless, but I’m told that a conservative guess at speed would be Class 2. I’m sure with time the speed of these Wi-Fi cards will increase, I hope. The Shoot-N-Sync from Lexar will ship next month and it’s compatible with both Mac and PC.
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