Eye-Fi And Picasa Team Up For Storing And Sharing Content

Posted: Dec 9 2009, 11:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:12pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 

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I really like the Eye-Fi line of memory cards. What’s not to like about a memory card that can send your pictures to your computer or to certain social networking sites automatically? Eye-Fi and Google announced that they would be teaming up to offer Eye-Fi users storage for photos and video on Picasa.

The way the deal works is that, anyone who goes to Picasa and purchases access with 200GB or more of storage space will receive a free Eye-Fi wireless memory card. The card will send photos directly to the storage space on Picasa.

The 200GB plan is surprisingly cheap at $50 per year. Once signed up, Google will send you an Eye-Fi home Video card with a year of Online Sharing and Geotagging. The memory card alone has a $70 MSRP so this is a good deal.

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