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Sony TransferJet
Ilse Jurriƫn : January 20th 2010 - 03:54 CET
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SonyNew Sony TransferJet technology : With the introduction of the new Sony CyberShot HX5V and Sony TX7, simultaneously a new function is revealed, namely the TransferJet. Sony is keeping the information about this new technology a bit in the background, partly due to the fact that Transfer Jet technology is still in an advanced development stage. This wireless technology was first developed by Sony and further co-developed and promoted by 18 other manufacturers. TransferJet technology makes it possible to transfer a maximum of 10 files between two devices that support TransferJet. The only thing necessary is that the two devices are held side by side for a short moment.

Sony TransferJet

Sony TransferJet station for the CyberShot TX7 camera
During the CES, there was a demonstration made with a so-called TransferJet station and a Sony CyberShot TX7 camera. By simply placing the Sony TX7 on the station, direct data transfer is possible. No mucking around with pairing or other hindrances, it doesn't get any simpler than this. Another demonstration was made with a Sony Ericsson cell phone, which has integrated TransferJet. By holding the Sony Ericsson mobile phone shortly to a device that holds content, the content is directly entered, and the cell phone can be taken away.

TransferJet

Transfer large amount of data files fast via TransferJet
TransferJet works at a very high speed and thus is very suitable for working with large data files. The theoretical speed that can be achieved amounts to 560Mbps, with a maximum data transfer of 375Mbps. To guarantee safety, it is possible to register and activate TransferJet devices, voluntarily. Due to the short transfer time, safety is also put under less pressure. Another advantage is that there is only a connection possible when the device is held very closely to the other device, so that the chance of interference between devices is negligible. We will surely be hearing more about TransferJet soon!

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