Wireless SD card at Photojojo

The wouldn’t-give-me-a-job-but-are-cool-anyway Photojojo crew have just started selling a 2gb wifi SD card:

Here’s how it works: You set up the card once with the included USB card reader, choose the photo sharing service of your choice, then slip the card in your camera. From then on, you never have to touch anything. Just take photos, and next time you’re near your wireless network, Eye-fi will upload your photos to your online photo sharing service. Next time your computer’s online, they’ll download there, too!

They also promise “no antennas, no protrusions, no subscription fees, and no cables.” And it’s $99, which by today’s mental exchange rate comes to £47. If it can actually do what they say, that’s a good deal. I’m not so bothered about direct uploading to flickr, but wireless transfer to the computer at 802.11g speeds would be useful. My SLR only takes compactflash, not that I can afford an Eye-fi anyway, but they promise there’s an adapter on the way…