With the wireless cards, will I still be able to stitch those pictures that are too large for one pass of the Flip-Pal?
Yes, you can.
The conventional procedure would be to take the SD card out of the scanner, put it in your Windows or OS-X computer, and run the Toolbox software directly from the card. That, however, defeats one of the conveniences of the wireless card – staying in the scanner.
To take advantage of keeping the wireless card in the scanner, copy all the files on the wireless card to the hard drive on your computer and then run the Toolbox software from the computer. That copy process is described in this FAQ on software speed.
The first time you run the Toolbox software, browse to the folder on your computer where the scans were transferred to wirelessly and select the scans you want to stitch. The default folder in Windows is /pictures/Eye-Fi Photos.
What’s the difference between the Wireless Upgrade (using the Mobi 4GB card) and the Mobi 8GB card?
One has 4GB (stores over 2,000 300dpi scans) and the other one has 8GB (stores over 4,000 scans). Both can be used for wireless operation. The Wireless Upgrade includes a Quick Start Guide and plastic membership card with the Serial number in a 5×5″ mailer. The 8GB card comes in retail packaging with the serial number on the back of the plastic SD card holder. Click here to download the Quick Start Card which can be used with either version.