- It uploads photos from your digital camera to your photo site of choice
- It geo-tags the photos so you don’t have to do that
However, on further investigation, it is not “certified” (whatever that means) to work outside the US. And there are huge gaps in the areas that are already mapped.
It seems they are using a newish technology called Skyhook to map areas, and Skyhook is faulty. I downloaded their toolbar called Loki and clicked “find me”. It put me a mile or so away from where I actually am. Then when I chose to map my real location, I was asked to find my mac address. I’m too lazy to find my mac address. And, if I weren’t too lazy, what security / privacy issues would there be if I gave out that information?
I thought that Eye-fi used satelites like most other mapping devices. I’m very disappointed and won’t be spending $130 for a 2 GB card.