Love it... but only along with my home network nas drive
Patrick mcclory, Amazon
13 August 2012
Summary: I love the idea here, but I'm fairly sure that this, without some sort of shared storage would pretty much suck. My buffalo link station pro has an eye-fi integration service and pictures just show up once things sync... that way they're backed up, are centrally available, I can share them (through the and and through the eye-fi service)... it's just the perfect combo.
Summary: Have been using Eye-Fi SD cards for quite a while and find they are extremely useful tool for on the go out in the bush photography. I have two cards set up for my Ipad and one for my Mac Pro, all give great results. In my own opinion Wi-Fi cards will be the only way in the future.No cables to forget just shoot and watch your results on the big screen...computer or tablet form. I also use one card dedicated with the app Shutter snitch on my Pad.
Summary: The new Eye-Fi Mobile X2 is a pretty nice SD card. It can not be compared to any other card since none do what this little SD can do. I encounter some problems with the X2 MOBILE, it might have been a defective unit. But got a replacement with no problem from best buy, and it has work perfect ever since!
Summary: The iPad 1 has no camera, iPad 2 has a very low resolution camera. But really who wants to take photos with such a big device? I could use my SLR, but then there was the tedious process of file transfer. That has been eliminated!
Summary: Great idea, can't wait to try it out with my camera and iPad2...assuming I am lucky enough to win the Eye-Fi iPad. Seriously, the idea is pretty cool. Keep an iPad in your backpack, snap away with a camera, and upload at will, without even stopping.