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Thursday, 01 September 2011 12:08

Toshiba shows 8GB WiFi SDHC card at IFA 2011

Written by Slobodan Simic
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8GB of capacity with a touch of WiFi
Toshiba is hitting the Berlin IFA 2011 pretty hard and one of the first things that caught attention is Toshiba's competitor to the Eye-Fi family, a FlashAir SD card with 8GB worth of SDHC flash room with a dash of 802.11bgn WiFi connectivity.

The new FlashAir card features Class 6 speed rating, which means that you can expect up to 6MB/s of transfer speed. The rest of the specs are pretty standard for any SD card except for the obvious 802.11bgn WiFi part.

The new 8GB FlashAir SDHC card should start sampling in November while Toshiba expects it to show up on retail/e-tail shelves sometime in February 2012.

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