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Eye-Fi introduced the Mobi card a while ago that works flawlessly with many cameras and even earned an Editor’s Choice rating from us. And today, they’re letting users be even more careless about filling up their SD cards. The Mobi will now come in a 32GB version and still offer all the same features. To refresh, the Mobi requires a two step activation process and automatically sends JPEGs to your phone using its own router build into the card. To do this, you’ll need to pair the card with the app for iOS or Android. It won’t send RAWs though, for that you’ll need their Pro cards.

The new card will set you back $99.99; which really isn’t so bad if you never delete images from your card.

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Transcend has released their newest Wi-Fi capable SDHC memory cards to make image transfers just that much easier. It works via an existing Wi-Fi connection from an Internet hotspot in Internet mode or it can operate though the Direct Share mode which allows for a peer-to-peer connection between your camera and any mobile device. Direct Share is a great choice for instant viewing during your shoot that will take advantage of the larger screen on your mobile device.

With the free Wi-Fi SD App that is available for both iOS and Android, you can access all of your photos from a shoot to browse, download, edit, and then share through your social media of choice. If you’re not into the whole mobile editing idea, there is a similar web browser app that’ll do the same thing. These new SD cards are of the speedy Class 10 rating and come in both 16GB and 32GB varieties at $69 and $99 respectively.

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