FlashAir™ W-02


    • Wireless data transfer function
    • Up to 32GB Capacity SD Card
    • Low Power Consumption
    • Easy to use
    • Easy to share with your friends with the app
    • Class 10 minimum write speed of 10 MB/s
  • Overview
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      The simple way to shoot and share

      Amazing Wireless Convenience

      With FlashAir™, you do not need to pull your SD card from your camera and upload pictures to your PC in order to share them. The Toshiba Wireless SD Cards includes a wireless LAN chip which allows you to share your pictures with your friends next to you or use your smart phone or tablet to upload the images to a social media platform, just after you’ve taken them. 

      Easy Wireless LAN Setup

      You do not need any drivers, software or cables. Just slide your FlashAir™ SD Card into your camera or camcorder and setup the wireless LAN function using a PC, tablet or smartphone..

      Easy Way to communicate

      To view the pictures stores on the FlashAir™ card, simply use your standard Browser or download the free apps for iOS and Android (available at the Apple App Store and Google Play).

      The FlashAir app is not yet compatible with the recent Apple release of iOS 8 for Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. To connect with FlashAir from iOS8 devises, please use web browser interface such as Safari and Google Chrome. Thank you for your patience.

      Low Power Consumption

      Optimized for battery powered devices, the wireless function is switched ON only when necessary, keeping the power consumption low.

      SD Memory Card Standard

      The world’s first SD memory card to meet SD Memory Card Standard for data transfers over card-embedded wireless LAN.

      New Firmware

      The new firmware features an ‘internet pass-through’ mode that further simplifies photo sharing. Once a mobile device is connected to the FlashAir card, the internet pass-through functionality enables the device to access the internet via a wireless access point. This removes the need for users to swap between a WiFi connection and the FlashAir card when uploading images to social media sites.

      This new functionality will also be made available for the recently introduced 8GB and 16GB Speed Class 10 FlashAir cards running earlier firmware versions, which can be updated by using the Firmware Update Tool. The update tool can be downloaded here.

      5 Year Warranty

      Engineered to Toshiba’s famously high quality standards, the FlashAir™ Wireless Memory Card is backed by a solid five-year limited standard warranty.

      32 GB lets you store


      High Quality Pictures

      480 min.

      High Quality Video

      More info

      Important Notice

      Update Recommended


  • Technical Specs
    • Model
        SD-F08AIR(BL8 SD-F16AIR(BL8 SD-F32AIR(BL8
      Capacity 8GB 16GB 32GB
      Connector Pins 9 pins
      Interface Compliant standard SD Memory Card Standard Ver.4.00
      Speed Class 10
      DSC (Digital Still Camera) Compatible with SDHC™ Memory Card
      Operating System (for config.) Windows XP/ Vista/7, MAC-PC, Android (under development), iOS (under development)
      Browser Internet Explorer, Safari, etc
      Wireless LAN Standard IEEE802.11 b/g/n
      Wireless LAN Security WEP, TKIP, AES (WPA, WPA2) WPA2 Default
      Applicable Data Formats All data formats (ex: .jpg, .mpg, .raw etc)
      Power Supply 2.7 - 3.6V
      Dimensions 32.0mm(L)x24.0mm(W)x2.1mm(T)
      Weight approx. 2 g
      Operating Temperature -25°C to +85°C (Recommended)
      Storage Temperature -40°C to +85°C (Recommended)
      Operational and Storage Humidity 95%RH (at 25°C, no condensation)

      ** Read and write speeds may vary depending on the read and write conditions, such as devices you use and file sizes you read and/or write.
      *1) For the purpose of calculating read/write speed in this context, 1MB = 1,000,000 bytes.
      *2: 1 MB per second is calculated as 1,000,000 bytes per second.
      *3: Based on Toshiba's test results. *Actual read and write speeds depend upon the device in use and the size of the file.
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