A Memory Card That Will Never Be Too Full to Take Photos

Photo: Products at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nev.

Have you ever been on the verge of capturing the perfect picture only to learn that you can't -- because your camera's memory card is full?

Eye-Fi's so-called "endless memory" aims to make that situation obsolete.

Eye-Fi Pro X2 is the company's latest Wi-Fi enabled memory card. It automatically deletes images and video once they've been wirelessly uploaded to your computer. You can even see the images in the corner of your computer screen as they upload.

The Eye-Fi also makes it easy to share pictures and video via Web sites like Flickr, Facebook, Picassa and YouTube. It costs $149.99 and is available for pre-order on the company's Web site.

The Eye-Fi has been a CES favorite before, winning innovation awards multiple years in a row. Maybe this new product will make it a winner again.

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