TOSHIBA launches World’s first NFC enabled SD card

TOSHIBA launches World’s first NFC enabled SD card

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The world is going wireless in all aspects.
Recently we have posted regarding the TOSHIBA FlashAir wireless SD card.
TOSHIBA’s two new world’s first NFC enabled SD card products that will greatly help the photographers.

In order to find out what is stored inside SD memory cards, you usually need to put them into PCs or digital cameras to find out what is stored inside.
The new product utilizes the features of NFC technology to exchange data simply with a touch.
The “Memory Card Preview” Android application lets you preview the available storage space as well as 16 thumbnails of the stored photos in the card, when you will take the NFC enabled Android phone near the NFC enabled TOSHIBA’s SD card.
Unfortunately beyond the previews the card does not support of downloading or sharing of those photos from the SD card via NFC.
This NFC capable SD card comes in 8/16/32GB variants and can be used with any NFC enabled Android device.

ALSO SEE: TOSHIBA’s FlashAir III, the Wi-fi enabled SD card
NFC enabled Micromax Canvas Xpress A99

Stay tuned to get more of such updates.

VIA | The Android Authority
SOURCE | TOSHIBA

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