Toshiba has always been a huge player in the consumer electronics game. As of right now, Toshiba makes computers, TV’s, tablets, laptops and more, but as of recently, they have started selling something in a new and slightly unusual product category.

Wireless SD Cards. Yes, you read that correctly. Toshiba’s FlashAir SD card is no ordinary 32GB class 10 SD card. In fact, the whole point of the FlashAir brand is that the SD cards can connect to your phone, tablet or PC over a private WiFi connection, and from there you can use the app or website to view the pictures and videos you have taken.

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The great thing about this is that you can not only save pictures to your device but there are also great sharing options that allow you to share pictures to social networks quickly and easily.

Another great feature about this is once you’ve taken pictures on the camera, they appear on the FlashAir app/website within seconds.

The FlashAir and it’s App/Website counterparts are excellent, and work together flawlessly. In my own opinion, I believe that the FlashAir is perfect for most people because of how easy it is to use and how useful the features are.

For example, in a social environment, you could be out with friends or family, take pictures on your point & shoot camera and then share them to Facebook or Twitter from your phone just seconds later. In a professional environment for example, during a photoshoot, you could be taking pictures and have them instantly pop up on your computer for analysing them in higher quality or even editing them right off the bat.

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There are plenty of possibilities as well as the fact that the hardware quality of the SD card is excellent. These 2 things mean that the overall experience of using the FlashAir is really, really good.

I should mention that it works as a standalone SD card if you need it to as well.

Be sure to check out the FlashAir on Amazon, the one I have is the 32gb model

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