Toshiba Flash Air 16GB Class 10 Wireless Memory Card / Wifi SD Card
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- 16GB Toshiba FlashAir W-02 Wi-Fi SD Card - SDHC CL10
- Ads Wi-Fi capability to your digital camera
- Instantly stream pictures and video to your iPhone, Smartphone, Notebook
- Photos and videos card can be easily transferred over Wi-Fi connection.
- Internet pass-through feature allows you to access the card and internet at the same time.
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16GB Toshiba FlashAir Wi-Fi SD card, SDHC CL10 standard. With built-in wireless LAN to easily transfer images from the memory card to a compatible tablet or computer. Does not require a computer, special driver or software installation on your devices.
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For example...some people (not just for this card, but for all the Wifi SD cards) complains that they loose the connection after few minutes, but thats because they do not realize they have to turn off (or make it longer) the time the camera enters into standby mode. remember the camera doesn't know it has a Wifi card inside. So you have to change this option in your camera to allow the SD to keep working.
There are basically two competitor to this card: Transcend and Eye-Fi. And to try to describe pros and cons of this two:Transcend is slower to transfer but it has the option to choose what picture to transfer. Eye-Fi is faster but unless you pay extra for the whole package, you only has the option to transfer them all (that includes the new new eyefi mobi).
So for me the Toshiba SD card has the best of both, it has the option to choose which pictures to transfer, and is as fast as the Eye-Fi.
with the eyefi mobi that is not possible cuz that SD card is going to transfer all the pictures which definitely is not convenient for the iphone hard drive space.
people says they were specting faster transfer....well this is as fast as the faster from the other two: eye-fi, for me is just basically for transfer few pictures to the iphone to post it on Facebook or something like that, when i really want to transfer them all, i just prefer to plug it directly to my computer.
Setup is easy and can be done without a computer - the card is preconfigured to switch on at camera start-up time - you can then connect to the access point via wifi and customise setup via your phone's browser, or any other for that matter. Apps are also available for PC & Mac if you prefer that.
The advantage of this Toshiba card are:
* Price - it's half the price of no-pro Eyefi cards; the pro cards are even more
* Ease of use - it really is easy to set up
* Browser access - there are phone apps available but you can access your pics without actually installing anything
* Selection - you can just access the pics you want; some rival cards make you download everything!!
* Speed - it's a nice fast card, both for wifi and as a normal SD card
* Internet Passthrough - The card can connect to a wifi hotspot while acting as a hotspot itself, which means you can still use the internet while connected to the card.Read more ›
The WIFI functionality is OK, but not excellent. But, I may have been expecting too much.
Photos are transferred to your chosen device over a dedicated WIFI network that the SD card creates. The transfer is not speedy, but it's adequate.
So far I have tried it out with my iPad Mini, iPad, iPhone, Samsung Galaxy S3 and my MacBook.
All connect and display the images on the SD card. However, I was surprised that the user interface is a web page. Thumbnails are displayed on the web page. You tap or click the thumbnail to reveal a bigger version. There is also the option to display at full size or as a slow slideshow.
To save the images to your computer, you right click on the image displayed and choose save to disk.
To save on and iPad or other similar device, you press on the image with your finger until the save option is displayed.
While, this does the job, it's not what I thought it would be like. I work as a web developer and it reminds me of a web pages I made back in the late 1990s, using VBScript, to display the contents of a folder on a web page. It seems to me that this card is doing the same sort of thing. But, it is now 2013 and things have moved on. A user interface can make someone love or hate a product, even if it is actually doing the same thing. There are some companies that get it (we know who they are) and some that don't. This is one that seems not to get it.
I'm using the card in an Olympus camera. Olympus have made an app, to view and save photos, that is supposedly compatible with this card. I have downloaded it for my phones and iPads. It doesn't work on either. In this way, Toshiba remind me of Samsung.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am using this with a Panasonic Lumix FZ200. Set up was reasonably straight forward. To save battery life I wanted to turn the WIFI off until I came to download which meant... Read morePublished 10 days ago by John P. Buckley
Having the wireless function meant I could upload pictures to the cloud (via my tablet) each night while on holiday. Read morePublished 15 days ago by C. Armstrong
I bought this for my father-in-law who is a bit of a dinosaur when it comes to electronics. The card works well and enables him (using the flash air app) to download his images or... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Mr Tdmacc
Easy and reliable wi-fi connection (almost as good as a tied shoot).Published 20 days ago by Leslie Megson
The information supplied with the product was extremely confusing. It did not explain how the product worked, and was an obvious translation from Japanese. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Peter Large
This is just what I needed
I downloaded two flash air apps.
One was free and I can now download JPEG strait from my camera to my IPad and iPhone
The other app cost... Read more
I have been watching for the price of these SD cards dropping before chancing a purchase. I am using in a Nikon D3200. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Matthew