• Toshiba FlashAir II Wireless SD Card has a built-in wireless LAN chip with antenna to allow wireless communications. It also has built-in functions of web server and Wi-Fi access point.
• These features allow any device with WLAN function (e.g. laptop, tablet, smart phone) to access the data stored on the SD Card without the need to remove the card or plug a cable to the camera. You can view or download the content on the SD card via free iOS and Android app or web browser (no internet connection required).
• In addition to Class 10 speed for faster data transfer, FlashAir II also includes the Internet pass-thru feature which allows you to transfer photos from FlashAir II to your mobile devices via Wi-Fi, and then email or upload them to social media without having to reconnect to the wireless network to go online.
• Toshiba FlashAir II Wireless SD Card supports simultaneous access from up to 7 devices. You can take photos with your digital camera loaded with FlashAir II Wireless SD Card and these photos can be accessed and stored on multiple PCs, tablets or smart phones on the spot. Better yet, no internet connection is required to access the SD card.
• Toshiba FlashAir II Wireless SD Card is easy to set up as there is special driver or software installation required on your device. Just like the regular wireless LAN access point, the wireless connection can be secured with WEP, WPA or WPA2.
• Toshiba NAND Flash Memory is built with leading-edge technology in one of the world's largest and most advanced NAND flash fabrication facilities. As the inventor of NAND Flash and world's most experienced NAND Flash manufacturer, Toshiba's removable storage solutions offer industry-proven quality and reliability with leading speeds, performance, and capacities.
Reviewed by 3 customers
I purchased this card to use in a camera that is kept in a leather case, that makes access to removing the SD card difficult and time consuming. So I decided to try a WiFi card. The instructions to get it up and running were not clear, and after a few hours of internet reading and video watching I got it configured and operating, on my PC which is what I wanted it for. Now that it does work, it is very tedious and time consuming to get images downloaded and saved. The major issue being, only one image at a time cane be saved to a folder. It does not allow you to highlight multiple images. It also does not allow you to drag an image to your folder. You must instead download it over your browser, to your folder.
I use the card to allow sharing my photos or to facilitate posting. I'm using it with a nikon d7100. I was about ready to return the card, with I decided to check the website. They have a table of compatible cameras. I noted that my camera was on the list previously. What I didn't see initially was a tiny footnote that wanted the user to put the camera into live view when using this card. Once I did that many of the issues were resolved. Note that the software interface in counter intuitive. Make sure you follow the instructions verbatim. If you just resond to the prompts in a logical way you'll continue to have issues. It's quirky, but once you get the routine, it's really easier (tolerable). It should be easier, but if you put in the effort, it's worth it.
It works fine as a standard card. A very expensive one. I can't get the wireless to work at all, though. i finally got it to actually read my camera but then it couldn't download or see an images. Not sure if it's the software or the card, but something isn't working.