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Briefly: OtterBox Symmetry cases, Eye-Fi's camera-to-Mac transferring

updated 01:45 pm EST, Tue January 7, 2014

OtterBox announced new Symmetry series at CES 2014 for latest iPhones

Protective accessories company OtterBox has announced its latest case series for iPhone 5 family (as well as the Samsung Galaxy S4),



Available in a variety of colors for $40, the
Symmetry series is also available in select graphic designs for $45. All Symmetry cases are compatible with OtterBox Clearly Protected screen guards.

Eye-Fi announces software for direct camera-to-Mac transfers

Eye-Fi has revealed beta software that allows photos to be sent directly from one's camera to their Mac. Compatible only with Mobi memory cards (starting at $50), Eye-Fi's desktop receiver for Mac now accompanies the recently-released Windows desktop receiver, and provides users with a variety of device options for photo and video transferring.



This software is a part of Eye-Fi Labs, a platform for customers to preview and test mobile apps and beta product features for its memory cards prior to official public release. Those interested in trying out the beta software can register with Eye-Fi.




by MacNN Staff

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  1. Kentim

    Fresh-Faced Recruit

    Joined: 01-13-14

    I love this series. It looks complicated with a smart, thin design. A great one I'd like to get. Now I'm using a RavPower 14000mAh battery charger.

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