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Toshiba Flash Air II Wireless 32GB SDHC Memory Card (PFW032U-1BCW)


Toshiba Flash Air II Wireless 32GB SDHC Memory Card (PFW032U-1BCW)

Toshiba FlashAir II 32GB Wireless SD Memory Card

Want to share photos anytime, anywhere—without the hassle of pulling the memory card from your camera? The FlashAir II Wireless SD Card is your ticket to ultimate convenience, letting you share your life’s moments with others wirelessly and instantly, right from a tablet, PC or smartphone. Like all SD cards, the FlashAir II holds lots of pictures, videos and files—now with capacity up to 32GB. Yet the FlashAir II is so much more than a simple storage device. By creating its own wireless LAN access point, the FlashAir II lets your friends and family view pictures on your camera through a browser on your PC, smartphone or tablet, quickly, easily and securely. They can download them, too. All they need is a wireless LAN connection—no special driver, software, cables or even an Internet connection. Built to last thanks to Toshiba innovation, the FlashAir II Wireless SD Card is guaranteed to make sharing photos and videos more fun and social than ever.

Amazing Wireless Convenience

In the old days, you had to pull an SD card from your camera and upload pictures to a PC in order to share them. Not anymore. The FlashAir II Wireless SD Card includes a wireless LAN chip plus an antenna that makes it accessible to any WLAN-capable PC, smartphone or tablet. Its internet pass-through feature allows you to access the card and the internet at the same time. That’s great news for those who want to upload and share photos of kids’ soccer games or stunning tropical sunsets just seconds after they happen.

Faster and Roomier Than Ever

Now enhanced with Class 10 speed, FlashAir II Wireless SD Card enables super-fast data transfers so you can upload your images and videos within seconds. It also offers higher storage capacities—either 16 GB or 32 GB—so you’ve got plenty of room for photos and memories galore.

Easy as Can Be

The FlashAir II Wireless SD Card is ultra easy to use—and compatible with most digital cameras. Forget about special drivers, software or carrying cables just for data transfer. Simply slide the card into your digital camera or camcorder. Its built-in wireless LAN access point requires no Internet connection to share pictures on devices or social networks—just your excitement.

All-Access. All at Once.

The FlashAir II Wireless SD Card support simultaneous access from up to seven devices. So you can take photos with your digital camera and they can instantly be accessed and stored on multiple PCs, Macs, Ultrabooks, tablets or smartphones—all at the same time. Best yet, no internet connection is required to access them. So as soon as your images are uploaded, your friends can take a look. And a free FlashAir app makes it easy to share with iOS and Android devices.

Why Toshiba

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. Toshiba NAND Flash Memory is built with leading-edge technology in one of the world’s largest and most advanced NAND flash fabrication facilities.


Product Highlights
  • Photos and videos card can be easily transferred over Wi-Fi connection.
  • Internet pass-through feature allows you to access the card and internet at the same time.
  • Eliminate the need to carry multiple cables just for data transfer.
  • Photo and video sharing up to 7 devices simultaneously, without the need for internet connection.
  • Free FlashAir app available for iOS and Android devices.
  • Easy to set up the connection from laptops, tablets or smart phones.
  • Does not require a computer, special driver or software installation on your devices.
  • Compatible with most digital cameras.
  • Wireless function is switched ON only when necessary to prevent wasteful power consumption of the battery.
  • Compliant with SD Association Memory Card Standard.

  • Wireless Data Transfer. Photos and videos in the FlashAirTM II card can be easily transferred over Wi-Fi connection.
  • Internet pass-thru feature allows you to access the card and internet at the same time.
  • Easy to set up the connection from laptops, tablets or smart phones.
  • Does not require a computer, special driver or software installation on your devices.
  • Low Power Consumption. Wireless function is switched ON only when necessary to prevent wasteful power consumption of the battery.
  • Class 10
  • Multiple Platforms, Simultaneous Connections.
  • Photo and video sharing up to 7 devices (e.g. PCs, Macs, ultra books, tablets, smart phones) simultaneously, without the need for internet connection.

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What customers say about Toshiba Flash Air II Wireless 32GB SDHC Memory Card (PFW032U-1BCW)?

  1. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A useful card, especially for photographers, but the software is a bit wonky, December 30, 2013
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    This is a very useful card, that allows you to take photographs or videos on your camera, and make them available directly on your PC, tablet or smartphone. You can also just use it like a standard SDHC card, but that kind of misses the point.

    It works well, but the software is a bit weird and counterintuitive.

    The first thing I did was to go to Toshiba’s website and find the product page. That was easy enough, and the instructions encourage you to download an application for the product you plan to use with this. As it turns out there were no links to applications on the page that the instructions direct you to find, but a quick search for “Flash Air App” in my search engine found it on another page. I downloaded that, but also noticed that there was a firmware update available, so I downloaded that as well and went through the process of updating the firmware.

    It was a bit of an odd process, as it kept directing me to remove and then reinsert the card. It took three removals and reinsertions, and each time it seemed to be making new changes on the card, before the firmware was finally updated. I’ve never had a situation where I was updating firmware and had to keep ejecting and then reinserting the device that was to be updated, so that struck me as odd.

    After that was finished, I opened the “Flash Air App” (I’m on a Mac, but there are versions for PCs, tablets and phones, both iOS and Android.) I was able to change the password in the network settings and, once again, to apply changes it asked me to remove and then reinsert the card. Go figure.

    Once that was done, I put the card in my camera, connected my computer to the card’s wifi connection point, using the password I had just set through the app, and I was connected. One odd thing is that the application has settings that are supposed to allow you to get a passthrough connection to another signal, so that if you are connected to the card you can still be connected to the internet via your regular signal, that should pass through the card’s signal. I couldn’t get that to work. I’ve had other wifi devices with passthrough settings that work like a charm.

    What I could get to work, and it worked just great, was the immediate uploading of photos to my Mac. I could go to “http://flashair” and it listed the folders on the card. Going into the DCIM folder, I could see the photos I’d recorded onto the card. When I took additional photos with the page opened, they appeared immediately on my screen, and could be directly downloaded to my computer for review and editing.

    This would be ideal for the professional photographer, especially one with an assistant, who could immediately download and begin making adjustments to photographs without any need for the photographer to stop. In lots of settings this could be essential. I’ve already found it useful when I shoot outdoors and want to upload pictures right away. Sometimes if I have my phone and my camera, I’ll snap a photo with my phone just to be able to share it quickly. With this card, though, I don’t have to sacrifice the higher quality shots for the convenience of uploading directly. I can shoot on my nice camera, and then whip out the phone (attaching it to the wifi signal from the card first) and then share whatever photos I like.

    It’s a very useful card, and the signal seems to be surprisingly strong. With better, more intuitive and useful software, and the ability to passthrough an internet signal, it would be excellent.

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  2. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fast SDHC card with WiFi onboard, January 9, 2014
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    Toshiba’s FlashAir II card is a “wireless SD memory card,” according to the front of the product box. It’s indeed ready to use out of the box without the need for setup, although the poorly written “quick start” sheet warns you to change the default password 12345678 to something more secure before you use it. You should heed the warning. At first I couldn’t find the setting tool on Toshiba’s US website per the poorly written instructions, but I was able to find the tool, and also the firmware updater, by simply Binging FlashAir.exe, turns out the software is hosted on Toshiba’s Japan site.

    The memory aspect of the card is a Class-10 SD card, and it’s indeed fast when used in my digital cameras. The Wireless aspect has no on-off switch; it’s automatically turned on when the host device like a digital camera or my Lenovo touch ultrabook is turned on. The default SSID is “flashair” but you can change it via the aforementioned setting tool. The WiFi part has one nifty feature: you can enable Internet pass thru via the setting tool, which allows you to browse the Internet when connected to FlashAir, which in turn connects to your regular Access Point/Router. This feature is turned off by default.

    To access the contents on the card itself via WiFi, you can download a mobile app but that is poorly rated. Instead, the easiest thing to do is, after connecting to the card via WiFi, launch your browser and simply go to the URL flashair. The entire URL requires the HTTP protocol name with its separators, but since Amazon does not allow such URLs in reviews, I’ll put it in the comment below. From the browser, you can easily browse the folders and download contents. If you’re on a PC using File Explorer, you can even easily upload files to the FlashAir! I’ve done the file transfer numerous times, between my Toshiba Windows 7 laptop and my Panasonic digital camera, and it works very well and the transfer speed is fast.

    When I tried to update the firmware, I did at first encounter errors, which turned out to be issues related to the SD card reader I was using with my desktop. Once I moved the card to the SD slot of my Toshiba laptop, everything worked smoothly. I’m not sure what the latest firmware actually adds; before the update, the card already had Internet pass-thru and also something called automatic redirect, which, if turned on, automatically opens up to the URL I alluded to earlier when you connect to flashair. I recommend turning on this option. Finally, the FlashAir II is X-ray safe, which is important if you hang out at airports a lot and cannot find ways around those annoying TSA agents and their highly penetrating X-ray machines.

    I’m liking FlashAir a lot. Once I changed the password from the default 12345678, it’s been maintenance-free, and the transfer speed is fast. Finally, I have a solution to wirelessly transfer files from my digital cameras to my computers. I plan to buy two more of these so all our family cameras can have this function… plus super-fast Class-10 SDHC speeds.

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  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    For those looking a great SD with wireless, Get the Flash Air, December 28, 2013
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    This review is from: Toshiba Flash Air II Wireless 32GB SDHC Memory Card (PFW032U-1BCW) (Personal Computers)
    I used to have Eye-fi but I never liked it and didn’t use much on my old Olympus EPL-1. Now that I got OMD E-M5 I decide to go with Flash air because the iOS app works with FlashAir from the Olympus. Eye-Fi only work with their app and still had issues so I sold my on eBay and got this.

    Setup was simple by downloading from Toshiba site and work on Both PC and Mac. I’m Mac user and it was simple setup. I have setup to use manually turn of the Wifi so when I want to use my iPad or iPhone to do a quick look I can and save the battery.

    I notice the connection with my camera and iOS device is very smooth then Eye-Fi.

    I’m no planning to use all the time but the time I need to I’m ready for it.

    For those with Olympus OMD E-M5 , Remote on Olympus iOS app will not work , Only support on native so that is bummer to say. Would be nice if you could…

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  4. check www.newegg.com, they have a few wireless cards and adapters that will fit your budget.

  5. Get a USB wireless adapter. I got two on eBay for 0.99USD each. That’s about as cheap as you can get.

    Internal wireless cards will, in fact, be a few dollars more. You can still get one on eBay for below 10USD though.

  6. You might also check www.tigerdirect.com They often have clearance stuff VERY cheap.

  7. Hi Halo20,

    You’re going a bit cheap. Unless you find something in your local craigslist, you’ll have a hard time trying to find a wireless USB adapter or PCI card for $ 5-$ 10. The cheapest I could find in a 5 minute search was this place:

    http://www.directron.com/pciwica.html

    This will show you their PCI cards. They have a couple cards for $ 20. In their USB wireless page, they’ve got a cheap one for $ 10. They’re pretty cheap, but figure in ~$ 10 shipping and waiting and all that?

    Best bet I think is to keep an eye on your local www.craigslist.org site, and see if anyone is getting rid of wireless parts.

    Good Luck,

    Dami


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