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For those who have everything: The Eye-Fi

With an Eye-Fi in place, the pictures you take with your digital camera will automatically be sent to a wireless network, and from there to a computer, phone, or sharing site.

Digital cameras are great for capturing sharp, high-resolution images, but they remain “some of the least Internet-savvy gadgets around.” To share your photos, you often still need to first download them from the camera using a USB cable. For the past four years, the best solution has been Eye-Fi—a memory card that features built-in Wi-Fi. After setup, you just snap away and this “ingenious” little device will automatically seek out a wireless network wherever you are, then send your photos instantly to a computer, phone, or sharing site.
$50, eye.fi
Source: Time.com

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