Maximum PC had this to say: Toshiba just trotted out what it claims is the world’s first SDHC memory card with embedded wireless LAN functionality baked in. It’s called the FlashAir, it has 8GB of storage capacity, and it sounds an awful lot like the Eye-Fi line of SDHC cards, doesn’t it? In some respects, the FlashAir is similar, but it’s also different in one very big way. While both the FlashAir and Eye-Fi allow users to upload data from the SDHC card to other devices, like your PC, the FlashAir supports two way communication. It can deal with peer-to-peer transfers, and supports uploading to and downloading from servers, Toshiba says. “FlashAir’s embedded wireless communication functions allows users to upload Continue ReadingToshiba to Launch “FlashAir™”, the World’s First SDHC Memory Card with Embedded Wireless LAN Communications
You will not get a successful firmware update if you attempt to use a EYE-FI PRO X2 SDHC WIFI MEMORY CARD. Use a standard card such as a SANDISK EXTREME III CLASS 10 SDHC. I tested this out several times with the latest firmware update.
One of the pleasures of a digital camera is being able to view your photographic results almost instantly on a computer by either attaching the camera directly to a computer via a USB connection or by inserting the cameras memory card in to a card reader. While that process certainly beats waiting for film to be developed it can get old quick when you are adjusting settings and want to see the results instantly. In my case much of my picture taking revolves around photographing outdoor and sporting gear for my other web sites. Often photographing many variations of the same object and running back to a pc to inspect the images. In an attempt to speed the process up Continue ReadingEye-Fi Pro X2 8 GB Class 6 SDHC Wireless Flash Memory Card EYE-FI-8PC