Do you love wireless camera transfers, but lament the Eye-Fi’s maximum 8GB of storage? Fortunately for you, the company is doubling the capacity of its flagship unit to 16GB for the demanding photographer in all of us. The 16GB Eye-Fi Pro X2 is a Class 10 SD card that offers the same “endless memory,” WPS Geotagging and the company’s Eye-Fi View cloud service we’ve seen in its other products. It’s available to pre-order today from Amazon for $100 and launches in Australia and Japan will follow, costing $108 AUD and 9,980 yen respectively. If you’ve been priced out of the market so far the company’s hoping to coax you by cutting $20 from the price of both the 8GB Pro X2, now costing $80, and the 8GB Mobile X2, which is now $60.
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