Sony beams photos to PCs with TransferJet: video
The first products we’ve seen to use TransferJet – a peer-to-peer wireless data transfer technology – appeared on Sony’s huge stand at CES 2010. A handful of products, including cameras, photo frames and VAIOs were launched, all of which take advantage of the technology.
Switching two devices into TransferJet mode and then physically touching them together initiates the transfer. Using a technology akin to UWB (Ultrawide Band) it’s technically faster than USB at moving data around, and devices can be restricted to only handshaking with specific MAC addresses to keep everything secure.
Data can be shuffled from camera-to-camera, camera-to-TV or camera-to-computer.
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