Toshiba 8GB Wi-Fi SD Memory Card

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Toshiba 8GB Wi-Fi SD Memory CardToday, Toshiba and Singapore-based Trek 2000 International Ltd. announced the development of a new Wi-Fi wireless SD card. The Wi-Fi SD card will feature an 8GB capacity, 802.11 wireless transfer rates, JPEG and RAW image compatability, and can communicate to  a Wi-Fi environment, a server, or with the same type of card in another camera (on a one-to-one basis) where users can exchange photographs quickly and easily.

Toshiba and Trek 2000 International Ltd. will be launching the “Standard Promotion Forum for Memory Cards Embedding Wireless LAN”, a forum that will invite digital camera manufacturers and other interested parties in promoting the card, to exchange ideas of technical information toward establishing standard specifications and expanding the use of the card.

Toshiba 8GB Wi-Fi SD Memory Card Press Release

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  • Photo-John says:

    So Eye-Fi has some competition now!

  • Demetri Mouratis says:

    Do these cards actually exist or is this pure vapor at this point.

    One interesting point from the diagram is that it appears you would need two cards in order for the card to transmit data.

    I wonder if people see any value in transmitting photos from one camera to another and under what circumstances one would want to do so.

  • Photo-John says:

    Thanks for the comment, Demetri. I wondered why you’d want to transfer from one card to another, too. That sounds like it could be a real consumer feature – transfer photos of the baby to grandma’s camera…

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