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Toshiba Flash Air Memory Card Class 6 SDHC 8GB

by Toshiba
9 customer reviews

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  • Flash Air specifications
  • Capacity: 8 GB
  • Speed class: class 6
  • Standard: SD memory card standard ver.4.00
  • Wireless LAN standard: IEEE802.11 b/g/n
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandToshiba
Item Weight18 g
Product Dimensions11.8 x 10.2 x 1.8 cm
Item model number4047999340010
SeriesSD-F08AIR BL7 Flash AIR WIFI SDHC Class 6 SD-F08AIR(BL7
Colorwhite
RAM Size8 GB
  
Additional Information
ASINB008BKUQAA
Best Sellers Rank 64,520 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight18 g
Date First Available25 July 2012
  
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Product Safety

This product is subject to specific safety warnings
  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months
  • Warning: Only for domestic use

Product Description

Toshiba introduce its latest innovation in the Flash Memory product group - FlashAirTM SD Card FlashAirTM is a full SDA compliant SD Card offering 8GB of high quality Flash Memory in combination with a wireless LAN Access Point. By offering this WLAN functionality, FlashAirTM provides the advantage of allowing access to the data stored on the SD Card without the need to remove the Card or plug a cable to the device. Simply connect the remote host by linking it to the WLAN Access Point of the FlashAirTM SD Card, start a browser tool and all data of the card can be read and transferred from the FlashAirTM SD Card to the remote Host. This basic functionality does not require any special driver or Software Installation on any side. The WLAN function transfers any type of data and can be secured with WPA2. FlashAirTM Enhanced Features FlashAirTM Default Features These are default features of the FlashAirTM card and do not require any modification of Software on the SD Card Host (The device in which the FlashAirTM SD Card is inserted). Wireless data transfer function Wireless data transfer of the data stored on the FlashAirTM SD Card. Any kind of data stored on FlashAirTM can be read and transferred by using standard WLAN communication. For example photos taken with digital cameras can be transferred by wireless communication to a PC, smartphone or Tablet PC. Easy Wireless setting It is easily possible to set up the connection from PC and smartphone. Low power consumption Wireless function is switched ON only when necessary to prevent wasteful power consumption of the battery. Multiple Connections Data sharing by multiple connections simultaneously. The Access Point created by FlashAirTM can be accessed by several remote hosts at the same time.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Schmookiddy on 24 April 2013
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I bought one of these cards as I was given a compatible camera for my birthday & one of the reasons I wanted the camera was so that this technology would be available to me. The set up process for this was pretty time consuming & the instructions not very clear. If you're not that computer literate or not used to fiddling about with wireless settings I think this product would be too complicated. Mine didn't do what the instructions said it should do & I ended up having to consult other information on the internet to figure out how to actually view the content of my camera.

I think what I was expecting was that this would automatically open up aperture or iphoto for easy download as it would if I were to plug the camera into my mac, but it doesn't. What you have to do is choose the SD card as a wireless network & then use your browser to go to [...] Any pictures already on the camera will show & then you refresh your browser bar to see any more that you take after that. However they're not full sized files & there doesn't seem to be any way to download into photo storage software short of dragging each picture to where you want it. Time consuming.

I feel the main use for this is if you've taken a single picture you want to email or add to Facebook or twitter, it's by no means an alternative to plugging the camera into your computer via cable or SD slot for transferring large amounts of data. I assume that in the future the technology will be able to do this but for now it's exceptionally basic. I'm not sure what I'll be using it for for as the vast majority of the time if I want to quickly take & share a picture the chances are I'll have my iphone on me & that'll do the job a lot quicker.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ilian Hafouzov on 15 Mar. 2013
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Using the WiFi access point drains the battery (well, that was expected but unpleasant nevertheless).WiFi was rather slow, now that was surprising - getting a 4MB picture takes about 10 seconds or more, so it is really not that convenient to use for bulk import of photos - more suitable for quick sharing of a select picture only to Facebook, etc. Don't think it is intended for large size HD videos - that will take forever. Quite quick as a SD card, no complaints there. For the price, I would've expected slightly more capacity - at least 16GB. And half the price, as the utility of WiFi sharing does not really warrant buying a few of those...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By drw@dwilliams34.fsnet.co.uk on 30 July 2013
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I have an Olympus EPL5 and thought that as it was meant to be used with this camera the Toshiba FlashAir would be a good idea

However having spent 3.5 hours trying to get this to work at all, and eventually managing to do so with advice from a number of forums I was even less impressed when it immediately disconnected and I had to start again. It has also eaten three batteries in this time

If you use the PC tool to change passwords, your camera will not accept the card. You need to reformat and then set the password on the camera. Re-insert the card a few times and eventually you get the small WIFi icon

However the problems do not end here.

The MAC cannot connect at all and the IPhone takes up to 90 seconds to do so. Even then the interaction through the Olympus Share app is slow, 35 seconds to actually see a photo on the screen. Then when trying to download it decided there wasn't a camera connected, despite showing the photos on the screen

As a wifi card it is unreliable, slow, very difficult to connect to and not at all what was portrayed

I will write this off and go back to the EyeFi with direct mode.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 26 Mar. 2013
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This is a very useful SD/wireless card. It's different from other card for cameras as it can host files of any type not just photo files.
One small wrinkly I found in first setup is that the card chooses a common IP address used by many routers 196.168.0.1, I had to power the router off to get the SD card to connect with my laptop. I then reset the address of router and everything worked fine. It' a shame Toshiba don't have a utility to change the IP address of the card. Once I got it up and running everything works well. I have the card installed inside a Fluke 430 Series II analyzer, using their newest version of software I can directly download the files from the SD cad wirelessly without having to use the USB connection or remove the SD card. The speed is not quite as fast plugging the card directly into my laptop but it's fast enough to not have to worry about the slightly slower speed as it much faster than removing the card, downloading and putting the card back in the analyzer.
Excellent product for improved productivity.
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This does what it says on the tin, but can be difficult to set up depending on your router settings. This MUST use IP address of 192.168.0.1 and can't be changed. If your router also defaults to this it won't work until you change your router management IP address. Easier to use you USB cable supplied with the camera.
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