2008 CES Takes Step Closer To Convergence
Eye-Fi is another company leveraging the wireless photography market. The 2GB wireless memory card ($99.99) holds about 1,000 photos, and is designed to automatically upload photos to PC or Mac and onto photo sharing, printing, blogging and social networking sites.
“What we’re addressing is the first pain point of how to get photos off camera and onto the network. People usually drop the ball after they click the shutter,” said Yuval Koren, co-founder of the company. “We’ll really help to improve the workflow and make this a bigger piece of the puzzle.”
Like Callpod’s Lurey, Blake Bowen, program manager for GPS manufacturer Navigon, also believes other companies in the increasingly crowded navigation space will be trying to catch up with his company’s newest product features, particularly 3D RealityView, which displays a real-time view of the roadway, including signs and conditions.