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Toshiba FlashAir 8GB Wireless Memory Card (PFW008U-1ABW)

by Toshiba
99 customer reviews
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  • Wireless data transfer of the data stored on the FlashAir SD Card; Files stored on FlashAir can be read and transferred wirelessly; For example photos taken with digital cameras can be transferred by wireless communication to a PC or mobile device
  • Easy Wireless setting: Easy to set up the connection from PC and smartphone; Does not require any special driver or software installation on your devices; Built-in wireless LAN access point does not require device connected to Internet
  • Low power consumption: Wireless function is switched on only when necessary to prevent wasteful power consumption of the battery; Compliant with SD Association Memory Card Standard
  • Multiple Connections: Data sharing by multiple connections simultaneously; The Access Point created by FlashAir can be accessed by several remote hosts at the same time
  • 5-year limited standard warranty included
  • Wireless LAN Standard: IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
  • Speed Class 6
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Product Description

Product Description

Toshiba FlashAir 8GB Wireless SD Memory Card

Want to share photos anytime, anywhere—without pulling the memory card from your camera? Toshiba FlashAir Wireless 8GB SD Memory Card is your ace in the hole, letting people enjoy your life’s moments wirelessly, right from a tablet, PC, or smartphone. Like all SD cards, the FlashAir holds lots of pictures, videos, and files — up to 8GB. That’s where the similarity stops, and the incredible convenience starts. By creating its own wireless LAN access point, the FlashAir Wireless Memory Card lets your friends, family, and social network view pictures on your camera through a browser on your PC, smart phone, or tablet, quickly, easily and securely. They can download them, too. All they need is a wireless LAN connection. But what they (and you) don’t need is any kind of special driver, software, cables — not even an Internet connection.

Wireless Data Transfer

Any kind of data stored on FlashAir can be read and transferred by using standard WLAN communication. For example, photos taken with digital cameras can be transferred by wireless communication to a PC, smartphone, or tablet.

Easy Set Up

Toshiba made it easy for you to set up the connection to FlashAir either from tablet, smartphone, or laptop. It does not require a computer, special driver or software installation on your devices. Better yet, no internet connection is required to access the content on the FlashAir card, which means you can share the photos and videos in the FlashAir card with your friends, anytime, anywhere.

Multiple Platforms, Simultaneous Access

Toshiba FlashAir Wireless SD Card supports connection from multiple platforms, such as laptops, tablets, and smart phones. The Access Point created by FlashAir can be accessed by up to 7 devices at the same time.

Product Highlights
  • Wireless data transfer from digital camera to laptops, tablets, smart phones, etc.
  • Easy set up with no software installation required
  • Simultaneous access up to 7 devices with no internet connection required
  • 5-year limited standard warranty
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.

Toshiba Flash Memory Lineup
SDHC Class 10 UHS-I Memory Card
Ideal for capturing high resolution photos and videos
MicroSD Class 10 UHS-I Memory Card
Ideal for expanding storage capacity on your mobile devices
TransMemory USB 2.0 Flash Drive
Ideal for simple plug & play data storage and transfer
TransMemory USB 3.0 Flash Drive
Drag & drop your files, faster and safer with security software
Exceria Pro 1066x CompactFlash High Speed Memory Card
Ideal for continuous burst-mode photo shooting and full HD video recording
For Use with Digital Cameras
For Use with DSLR Cameras & HD Camcorders
For Use with Laptops
For Use with Ultrabooks
For Use with Desktop PCs
For Use with Tablets
For Use with Smart Phones

From the Manufacturer

Share your photos wirelessly anywhere, anytime. Toshiba FlashAir Wireless LAN embedded SD Memory Card incorporates flash memory and can be used as a standard SD Memory Card for storing any kind of digital data. It is fully compliant with the SD Card standards defined by the SD Association. In addition, FlashAir includes a Wireless LAN chip set plus antenna for wireless communications. By offering this Wireless LAN functionality, FlashAir provides the advantage of allowing access to the data stored on the SD Card without the need to remove the card or plug a cable to the device. Simply connect the remote host by linking it to the Wireless LAN Access Point of the FlashAir SD Card, start a browser tool and all the data on the card can be read and transferred from the FlashAir SD Card to the remote host. This basic functionality does not require any special driver or software installation on either side. The Wireless LAN function transfers any type of data and can be secured with WPA2. The FlashAir SD Card will create a Wireless LAN (WLAN) Access Point (AP). Any other device which has a WLAN function (e.g. PC, Tablet, Smartphone) can connect to this AP and create a direct communication channel to the FlashAir SD Card inside the camera. There is no need to remove the card or to plug a cable into the camera. FlashAir includes a HTML Server function which allows easy access to all data stored on the card by simply using any kind of browser on the remote Host (e.g. PC, Tablet, Smartphone). Now you can see all pictures or movies taken by the camera inside the browser window. You may decide to store a local copy of the files to the remote Host.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 0.9 x 0.1 inches ; 1.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00AARIEVK
  • Item model number: PFW008U-1ABW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 21, 2012

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Customer Reviews

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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By C. Michaels on October 24, 2013
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This is exactly how wireless cards should work. The Flashair is setup out of the box to create its own wireless network, then you simply connect to it with whatever device you want, and you can access your images. There is an app for Andriod/iOS, or if you're on a machine (like a laptop), you can simply use your browser window. It transfers files quickly, has a very easy app/website navigation, and you can very easily connect multiple devices to the card. The one downside, and it can be a big one depending on how you shoot, is the write times. Now I know it's only class 8, and that's really what I'm complaining about- this thing would be perfect with faster write times. If you only shoot a picture here or there, or perhaps don't use this for continuous shooting, it's just fine. But even when I just fire off several shots in a row in single shot mode, sometimes it can take a while to clear the buffer.

I've got to give this little guy 4/5 stars simply because it's so close to being there. It's a great solution to getting images from your camera to your device for editing/sharing. I'd totally recommend it to someone, and I'd purchase it again. I have found this card MUCH easier to use than the eye-fi's. Even with the slower write time, I'd take this card.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Alfonso on October 2, 2014
A kool device that is a Hit for some and a Miss for others. Having bought mine last night, I can see why. The instructions provided for it are crap. I followed them and couldn’t get the damn thing to work properly. I searched a bit and found a YouTube video that helped me to get it to work. The device is a wireless transfer system and will work on most devices that use an SD Card.

So, before using the device, I strongly suggest that you:

1. Download Toshiba FlashAir App from GooglePlay or iTunes depending on the Phone, Tablet, Laptop device you’re using.

2. Install FlashAir SD Card into your Camera. Take a few photos. You’re gonna use them for testing. Do not take test shots in RAW format. I was unable to get photos in that format to show but all other formats including a combination with RAW appeared with no problem.

3. Make sure the Camera is still on and not in screensaver / time out mode

4. Go to the device that you downloaded the Toshiba FlashAir App. and select it

5. Click on the round arrow to refresh and your test images should appear.

6. Hopefully this works for you. Now, you can transfer the images to wherever you want.

You'll lose the WiFi signal from the SD Card when your camera is in screensaver mode just turn it back on to get the signal back.
If you were using WiFi to connect to the internet, you may lose that signal when using the FlashAir Card. Just reconnect to it when you're done with the FlashAir card. I like it alot and look forward to using it quite often. Trade off is that I won't be able to transmit my Raw images which isn't a big deal for me.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Publicus on March 30, 2013
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I had previously tried using the eye-fi but found it had complications. This Toshiba product works very well. I wish that Toshiba would provide a working (emphasize the word working) app for Android and iPad so the photos would download directly into a photo window rather than to a browser. Still, I am happy with this Wireless SD card.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Rictango on November 24, 2013
Received the FlashAir fairly quickly. Put it in my camera and started using this immediately. When I tried opening this on my browser as suggested, I realized soon after that you need to check your network settings and search for the wireless card there. The card sets up a wifi hotspot so be aware of that. This does not instantaneously and miraculously just show up on your browser. A little more documentation would not hurt, Toshiba. That would be my only suggestion for this otherwise good wireless sd card. It works. Just do a little homework and you will see your pics online in no time. If you are clueless or tech challenged, you might not find this as easy as advertised.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 6, 2014
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Maybe I just didn't understand how difficult it would be to get photos off WiFi, but this didn't work for our needs. However I'm giving it three stars because it did work and I could see my photos over WiFi. You have to first put the card into your computer and set it up, then you insert it into the camera and from your computer you connect to the card's wireless network and it gives you a simple page with the pictures you took. From there you could save your pictures off like you would from a normal website (right click and save). I found that at times I can't connect to the WiFi network it's publishing and I hated how the pictures are displayed on the page. I did keep it because it does work to a degree and it's a neat tool that may come in handy someday.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Erol Yurtkuran on March 31, 2013
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This is a terrific addition to my workflow. I use it to wirelessly tether my 5d MkIII to my iPad. This allows my clients to see the pictures as their taken. This and Shuttersnitch are a great combination.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Anderson on June 12, 2015
Am I the ONLY one who'd expect that a card that can be accessed remotely via wireless should be able to be used AS INTENDED remotely via wireless?

How many people take picture after picture and never delete any? The whole point of a memory card is that you can take photos, copy them to the computer and then SELECTIVELY delete them (sometimes I want to remove several and leave others.) The ONLY way of deleting photos off this is either use the camera's built-in methods (extremely inefficient if only deleting some photos and leaving others) or *gasp* taking the card out of the camera and putting it into the computer. Wasn't the whole idea that the card does NOT need to be removed from the camera but can be accessed while still in the camera? Many cameras can easily be hooked up to a remote system to activate the shutter and an A/C adapter to power it and thus make a great time-lapse photography system. But if you can't REMOVE the photos as they're being taken, then wireless functionality is useless. If you can't REMOVE the photos without removing the card, then, again, it's USELESS.

From Toshiba's manual: *You cannot save or delete the files on the FlashAir™ using FlashAir™ drive function from your computer." (You can't delete them via the built-in web server and a web browser, either.)
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June 19, 2015
Thank you for the review, M. Anderson, and sorry to hear that the functionality of the Flash Air didn't meet your expectations with regards to being able to manage the files stored on the SD Card.

As your quote from the manual confirmed, while one can remotely view and copy images wirelessly when the Flash Air is used in a camera, copying to and deleting from the SD Card are not supported functions.

Thanks again for the feedback.