New York, NY (PRWEB) December 3, 2007
Fotki, the world's largest and most advanced independent photo site, announced support for the Eye-Fi Card, which will allow Fotki users to upload photos directly from cameras to the site wirelessly and seamlessly.
"As an enthusiastic user of Eye-Fi Card myself, I am excited to let millions of Fotki enthusiasts all over the world upload their pictures so easily," says Fotki's president, Dmitri Don. "Now uploading photos becomes as simple as pouring a cup of coffee -- you don't need to connect your camera to a computer via a cable or card reader, and then create directories, albums, etc. Now photos automatically find their way from cameras to Fotki servers."
Fotki expects the number of photos stored in its system to dramatically increase from the current hundreds of millions to billions once users start using the Eye-Fi Card.
"We've designed the Eye-Fi Card to make the upload process as simple as possible for Fotki users. In fact, users don't even have to turn on their computer for their photos to upload to the site," said Ziv Gillat, Eye-Fi's co-founder and vice president of marketing and sales. "Now users have time to focus on sharing their memories."
Eye-Fi's 2GB wireless memory card was announced on October 30 and is available at major online retailers including Amazon.com, Buy.com and Walmart.com for $99.99 USD. For more information, please visit http://www.eye.fi.
Fotki is world's largest independent photo sharing site with the most advanced features of any photo sites. Mainly a photo-sharing, photo-printing, photo-selling and blogging site, Fotki also provides millions of its users all over the world with what seems to interest people on the Internet most -- connection, much in the spirit of the Internet's very idea -- the Web connecting people all over the world.
About Eye-Fi, Inc.
Founded in 2005, the company is dedicated to building products and services that help consumers navigate, nurture and share their visual memories. Eye-Fi's patent-pending technology works with Wi-Fi networks to automatically send photos from a digital camera to online, in-home and retail destinations. Headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., the company's investors include Opus Capital and Shasta Ventures. More information is available at http://www.eye.fi.
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