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Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Toshiba to Implement Eyefi Connected Features in Next FlashAir SD Cards


Future generations of Toshiba's FlashAir, an SD memory card supporting embedded wireless LAN communications, will implement "Eyefi Connected" features that the company has been granted the license from US-based Eyefi.

Toshiba is targeting the launch of FlashAir with Eyefi Connected features within FY2016.

Eyefi Connected cameras offer a range of advanced features, including the ability to toggle FlashAir radio connectivity on and off and features that prevent camera shutdown during data transfers. Eyefi Connected features are available on over 300 camera models from more than 10 camera manufactures, including Canon, Nikon and Sony.

Eyefi Mobi App for iOS, Android, OS X and Windows will add support for currently shipping FlashAir Class 10 memory cards in August 2016. FlashAir users have to install the Eyefi Mobi App on their device to enjoy instant transfer of their images and back-up photo data to the Eyefi cloud.



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