Toshiba FlashAir II wireless SD card adds more convenience to your gadgets
Many devices these days tend to make use of a SD memory card when it comes to additional and expandable storage. Digital cameras and tablets, they do make use of these relatively cheap modes of storage. Heck, even the Ultrabook that I use at the moment, which has a 256GB SSD underneath the hood, can have additional storage space thanks to an SD memory card slot. Toshiba knows this, which is why they have come up with the Toshiba FlashAir II wireless SD card that offers a whole lot more than just additional storage space.
The Toshiba FlashAir II wireless SD card will allow you to share your images, videos and files sans wires. In fact, you will be able to choose from various storage capacities of up to 32GB in size. Apart from just functioning as a place for you to deposit files, you can also use this as your very own wireless LAN access point. This would mean the FlashAir II enables users to quickly, easily and securely share multimedia content via your PC, smartphone or tablet.
Maciek Brzeski, vice president of product marketing and development, shared, “We wanted to make it even easier for our customers to share important life moments instantly with their friends and family. The FlashAir II Wireless SD Card offers easy access, fast performance and exceptional storage space, enabling users to focus more of their time on capturing moments rather than uploading them.”
This means you are now able to snap photos and videos with your digital camera, while accessing and storing them across multiple PCs, Macs, Ultrabooks, tablets and smartphones in a jiffy and of course, simultaneously. It will arrive with Class 10 speed, so you need not worry about the kind of Full HD video quality that has been recorded using your digital camera. The 16GB and 32GB version of the Toshiba FlashAir II would retail for $79.99 and $99.99, respectively.