In order to get more and more users to buy additional web storage on Picasa, Google has come up with an irresistible deal. If you buy 200GB storage space, which costs $50, you will get a free 4GB SDHC Eye-Fi card worth $95.
The Eye-Fi card lets you wirelessly upload photos and videos directly to Picasa Web Albums or to your computer. It even includes automatic geotagging, so you’ll know exactly where your pictures were taken.
Right now Flickr rules the roost when it comes to photo-sharing and storage. Google Picasa is also pretty famous, however it still has a lot of market to capture.
Will you buy extra storage space to get a free memory card for your camera?