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Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Toshiba Flashair SD Card Allows You To Wirelessly Transfer Photos


Toshiba today announced the wireless LAN embedded SD memory card "FlashAir." The FlashAir is a standard SDHC (High Capacity) card that incorporates a wireless LAN chip set plus antenna for wireless communications.

For a limited time, Olympus will offer the FlashAir for free through a mail-in rebate when purchasing select Olympus Cameras.

The FlashAir is fully compliant with SD Association Memory card standards and is offered with 8GB capacity. Data stored on the FlashAir can be read and transferred by using standard WLAN communication. Setting up the connection between the devices is easy as the FlashAir does not require any special driver or software installation and the built-in wireless LAN access point does not require the device to be connected to the Internet. The memory card allows its data to be accessed by several different devices at the same time.

The FlashAir consumes minimal amounts of power as the wireless function is switched on only when necessary. The product comes with a standard five year limited warranty and will be available at select retailers and on ToshibaDirect.com in November 2012 for the $79.99 MSRP or for free with a mail-in rebate with the purchase of select Olympus cameras through the end of 2012.


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