Today we will be introduced to the release of the new Lexar SD card, Lexar Shoot-n-Sync. A strange name for the SD memory card. I agree, but this SD card is not just a memory card.
The brand-new Lexar Shoot-n-Sync memory card is designed to simplify the process of shooting, sharing and storing digital photos and videos. Unlike conventional SD memory cards, the new Lexar Shoot-n-Sync card allows you to automatically upload photos and other data to your home network using Wi-Fi technology. Some of the obvious benefits of this include:
You can instantly back up and save them to your computer so you never lose your precious photos and easily share them through social networks or photo sharing sites with your family and friends. This allows you to make room on the map so you’re always ready for the next important entry.
Some interesting statistics that I have read say that more than 400 million digital photos are taken every day, of which only 1 in 5 are published or published. I don’t know if it’s bad, and the idea of capturing my life in pictures so the world can see them is my idea of a nightmare. Of course, I feel like I’m in the minority when you consider the popularity of social networks and photo-sharing sites.
This is the customer base that Lexar is focused on (sorry for the pun!). The Lexar Shoot-n-Sync memory card uses standard Wireless-G technology and your home network to store your photos on your computer and online.
The SD card is easy to install and uses a unique installation process from Eye-Fi called Eye-Fi Manager. A very interesting feature of SD cards is that once you’ve set up an SD memory card for your home network when you’re in the range of your home network, the SD card automatically uploads your photos to your store or even to your favorite website. to share photos, such as Picasa, Flickr or Facebook.
The Lexar Shoot-n-Sync SD memory card is available with 2GB and will be available with 4GB, 8GB and 16GB cards. The SD card is compatible with most SD card devices and stores your photos as another standard SD card. Memory card.
Our test showed that the map works effortlessly after setting it up. The setup took a bit of time, but as soon as we got to the point, we saw linear speeds with a wireless speed of 56g.
I was so impressed with this little SD card that I bought it. Given how many gadgets I browse in a week, it takes a lot to leave such a good impression.
The main characteristics of the SD Card Automatic uploading photos wirelessly – Wi-Fi Allows you to save photos on your PC Lets you publish photos on your favorite photo-sharing website Works with most devices compatible with SD cards without multimedia, no cables and no hassle One-installation time with the included USB card reader.