Unlike the Huawei UltraStick SDCard shared a few days earlier, Toshiba's FlashAir Wireless SD-Card concept is nothing new as we already have wireless SDCard Eye-Fi readily available.
FlashAir™ – with it's punchline being "the simple way to shoot and share" comes in 8 and 16GB capacities and is fully SDA compliant Flash Memory with a built-in wireless LAN Access Point. The WLAN feature allows access to the data stored on the SD Card without the need to remove the Card or plug a cable to the device. Simply connect the remote host by linking it to the WLAN Access Point of the FlashAir™ SD Card, start a browser tool and all data of the card can be read and transferred from the FlashAir™ SD Card to the remote Host. The setup des not require any software installation and one can simply plugin and start accessing the data on the card over WiFi secured with WPA2 password.