Fancy sending your pictures wirelessly to your laptop? Is the Canon or Nikon unit too expensive? Does your camera not have that capability? Well, hold onto your hats folks as Samsung has announced its got a new piece of kit out called the “NaBee” (which apparently means butterfly in Korean). With this two dongle set, it will apparently connect to any digital camera with a USB port and send pictures wirelessly to your PC. Alas no mention if it’ll work with a Mac though.
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