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Mark Peters : November 24th 2013 - 12:30 CET

Toshiba wireless memory cards


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ToshibaToshiba introduces next-generation Wireless memory cards : Toshiba is proud to present the next-generation FlashAir II wireless SD memory card, a premium storage device that allows users to share their pictures, movies and files wirelessly. The Toshiba FlashAir II, now available with a storage capacity of up to 32GB, is much more than a standard memory card. By serving as its own wireless LAN access point, the memory card allows users to quickly, easily and securely share multimedia content through the users’ Personal Computer, smartphone or tablet. Users can take photos and videos with their digital camera and instantaneously access and store on multiple Macs, Ultrabooks, tablets and smartphones - all at the same time.
Wireless memory cards

Wireless memory cards
Now enhanced with Class 10 speed, the Toshiba FlashAir 2 delivers speedy data transfers so users can upload their photos and movies within seconds. The card’s internet pass-through feature allows users to access the memory card and internet simultaneously - enabling the ability to upload pictures in real-time. Using a wireless LAN chip, The FlashAir 2 wireless SD card is accessible to any LAN-capable computer, smartphone or tablet, and can support such simultaneous access from up to seven devices. In addition, the built-in wireless LAN also allows for uploading without an Internet connection.

Toshiba wireless memory cards

Toshiba FlashAir price and availability
Available in two storage capacities, including 16GB and 32GB, the FlashAir 2 provides memory storage for extensive photo and video libraries. Toshiba also offers a free FlashAir mobile app that makes it easy to share with iOS and Android smartphones or tablets. The FlashAir 2 wireless card is backed by a five-year standard limited warranty. The Toshiba FlashAir 2 wireless SD memory card will be available for purchase at Amazon, Newegg and via the Toshiba online store. The Toshiba wireless memory card carries a retail price of $60 USD (16GB) and $100 USD (32GB).





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