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Transcend 32 GB Wi-Fi SDHC Class 10 Memory Card (TS32GWSDHC10)

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  • Instantly share picture/video files wirelessly
  • Wi-Fi encryption by WEP/WPA/WPA2
  • 3 devices can stream different content simultaneously
  •  Upload photos directly to social networking profile
  •  Shoot & View on iOS and Android devices
  • SDHC Class 10 speed rating
  • Special App for iOS & Android devices
  • Supports iOS, Android, Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X
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Technical Details

Capacity: 32 GB
  • RAM: 32768 MB
  • Hard Drive: 32 GB
  • Operating System: Not Machine Specific
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Product Details

Capacity: 32 GB
  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 0.1 x 0.9 inches ; 0.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00A659ILQ
  • Item model number: TS32GWSDHC10
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (228 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 12, 2012

Product Description

Capacity: 32 GB

Product Description

Transcend’s Wi-Fi SD card instantly adds wireless capability to your digital camera, letting you stream photos and videos to portable devices without the hassle of using cables, card readers or a computer. Take advantage of the high resolution of your digital camera and the versatility of your smartphone or tablet to share beautifully captured photos to the world as soon as you take them.

From the Manufacturer

Transcend’s Wi-Fi SD card instantly adds wireless capability to your digital camera, letting you stream photos and videos to portable devices without the hassle of using cables, card readers or a computer. Take advantage of the high resolution of your digital camera and the versatility of your smartphone or tablet to share beautifully captured photos to the world as soon as you take them.

share photos anytime, anywhere
The Wi-Fi SD card will activate automatically after turning on the camera making sharing easy.

Simple Sharing Anywhere

Transcend's Wi-Fi SD card is easy-to-use. You can share your photos and videos with a peer-to-peer connection anytime, anywhere. Just insert your Wi-Fi SD card into your camera, turn the camera on, and Wi-Fi will be enabled automatically in Direct Share mode.

By connecting to the Wi-Fi SD wireless network on your smartphone or tablet, you can view and browse all your photos and videos using the Wi-Fi SD App.

Internet hotspot connectivity
Connect to the Wi-Fi SD card and access the Internet at the same time.

Internet Hotspot Connectivity

By switching to Internet Mode in your app settings, you can access the Internet and connect to the Wi-Fi SD card at the same time. Upload photos directly to Facebook or e-mail to friends and family. Either use your home/office/ public wireless Internet or share your 3G/4G Internet service via the mobile device's Wireless Hotspot.

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Exclusive Free Mobile App

You can browse and view all your photos and videos stored on the Wi-Fi SD card using Transcend's exclusive, free Wi-Fi SD App for iPad, iPhone, and Android. Also use the app to configure your Wi-Fi options and security settings. Download the app easily from the Google Play Store for Android, the App Store for iOS or even the Amazon Appstore.

Other Wi-Fi devices like your notebook or desktop can use an Internet browser to view your media. Almost any device with a wireless adapter and an Internet browser can connect to the Wi-Fi SD card this way.

shoot and view mode
The Wi-Fi SD card can stream to three devices at once.

Shoot and View Instantly

The app features an exclusive Shoot and View mode that lets you see each photo as it is taken in real time on your device. You can use your tablet to review photos you've taken instead of the small, low resolution display on the camera. You are able to instantly see how photos will look and make adjustments to get the best shot. Since the Wi-Fi SD card can stream to three devices at once, you can involve more people in the photo-taking experience.

Digital Camera Compatibility

Before purchasing the Wi-Fi SD card, please make sure your camera model appears on the Wi-Fi SD compatibility list on the Transcend website.

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Wi-Fi SD card

Transcend Wi-Fi SD Card
Key Features

  • Wirelessly transfer photos and video to your smartphone, tablet, or computer
  • Wireless connectivity: 802.11 b/g/n
  • Wireless range: 16 to 32 feet
  • Size: 1.26 x .94 x .08 inches
  • Support: iOS (5.0+) and Android (2.2+); also supports Windows and OS X through a browser
  • Image formats: JPG, BMP, PNG
  • Video formats: AVI, MOV, MP4, M2T, MTS, M2TS
  • Stream to three devices at once
  • Instant upload and share to Facebook, e-mail, and other services
Wi-Fi SD card

Customer Reviews

I've contacted Transcend Technical Support about the problem and I'll update with their response.
Dutch
My other gripe is that in order to get the pictures, you must connect to the card wi-fi directly and cannot view pictures in the internet mode on the computer.
Olivier D. Cuny
When I copied the files off of the card to process the ARW files in Lightroom and Photoshop, I found some of them to be corrupted.
Eric Cheng

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

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91 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Bill Esposito on March 14, 2013
Size Name: 16 GB
Review and comparison of the new Transcend 16g Wi-Fi Class 10 card vs the Eye-Fi Pro X2 Class 6 Wi-Fi card. This is going to be a top level review and not an exhaustive review of each card's features. Hopefully it will give you some information you haven't read elsewhere so to aid in your purchase decision.

I've had the Eye-Fi for a while so I am a bit more familiar with it but even saying that, the Eye-Fi is a much more mature piece of hardware and software.

What I like the best about the Eye-FI is that it can operate autonomously, uploading photo's to Facebook through your phone without any intervention by the user. The Trancend card, although newer and faster, requires the user to select, download and then share (upload) the pictures to your account. For me, the ability to upload to Facebook is what I'm looking for and I prefer the unattended operation of the Eye-Fi. You may feel differently.

First, let's look at the card's memory speed. Neither card is fast but the Class 10 Transcend is quite a bit faster than the Class 6 Eye-Fi
Using CrystalDiskMark as the benchmark, I recorded the following results.

Transcend 16g Class 10
File size - 500mb
Seq Read - 20.55mb Seq Write - 17.56mb
512K Read- 20.06mb 512k Write - 0.598mb
4K Read - 2.397mb 4k Write - 0.006mb
4k QD32 Read - 2.421mb 4k QD32 Wrt - 0.006

Eye-Fi 8g Class 6
File size - 500mb
Seq Read - 17.22mb Seq Write - 13.49mb
512K Read- 16.40mb 512k Write - 1.904mb
4K Read - 2.592mb 4k Write - 0.017mb
4k QD32 Read - 2.749mb 4k QD32 Wrt - 0.017

And for comparison.

SanDisk Extreme Pro 16 GB SDHC Class 10 UHS-1
Seq Read - 90.21mb Seq Write - 81.06mb
512K Read- 73.33mb 512k Write - 8.
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Dear Bill,

First of all, thanks for your valued opinion and suggestion.

Transcend WiFi SD card is designed to organize into a simple file system, letting users search and download what you want, when you want.
Direct Share mode activates the Wi-Fi SD card's own dedicated wireless signal to create peer-to-peer connections between the Wi-Fi SD card and your mobile device. Perfect for use on outdoor adventures and fun filled vacations, Direct Share allows you to share your whole collection with up to three devices wherever you go.
Internet Mode allows the Wi-Fi SD card to connect to the Internet via a nearby wireless Internet hotspot or even using the personal hotspot feature of your smartphone or tablet. By using this connection, you can download photos from the card and then email to friends or upload them to your favorite websites.

Besides, to make sure every supported camera has better compatibility, whatever high level DLSR or commercial DC, we suggest users to turn off power saving mode using WiFi SD card.

The main purpose of our WIFI card is sharing photos as the eye-fi card, and the best thing is the Wifi SD card is much cheaper than Eye-fi with more capacity.

Transcend ! Excellent ! Eye-fi bye ! ļ

Best Regards

Captain Transcend
54 of 60 people found the following review helpful By TourniquetRules on December 13, 2012
Size Name: 32 GB
I purchased the item direct from Taiwan as it was not available yet from Amazon. I used it with my Olympus TG-1 camera which is on the compatible list. Using Direct Share it easily paired with my iphone 5 and Macbook Air. I was able to download files and videos quickly and easily as promised in the instructions. Using Internet Mode, I was never able to connect with the Iphone 5. I was able to connect to my Macbook Air and download files. It was much slower to download in Internet Mode than in Direct Share mode. My card has firmware 1.2. I contacted tech support for feedback. I am going to try this card out in my Canon 60D as well and see if it makes a difference. For comparison I have 2 Eye-Fi cards. This is definitely faster than the Eye-Fi and at least in my experience, far more reliable. The fact that it connected in direct share mode every time and let me preview or download photos every time makes it a worthwhile purchase. In direct share mode, it does what it says it will do. In internet mode, at least for me, it works just not with my iphone.

Update: With the Canon EOS 60D/Ipad 3 I had similar results. Worked fine in direct mode but intermittent in Internet Mode. Taking the card out of the camera and erasing the folder with the images you select to put it into the direct/internet mode seems to fix most quirks. Power cycling the camera or restarting the iOS app fixed some things as well. To be clear, in Direct Mode it might take 30 seconds to get going but it worked every time. In Internet mode I had to do the above mentioned tricks to connect. It did connect in Internet Mode to the Olympus TG-1 but it was also spotty, meaning sometimes it could find the card, sometimes not.
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46 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Erik Moore on December 5, 2012
Size Name: 16 GB Verified Purchase
I was excited to see this card announced and that it was compatible with the Nikon D800. I've heard that the eye-fi version is mostly unusable due to its speed, and I had hoped that this card would be the practical solution to using my iPad in the studio to let my clients see shots as they are taken.

The card operates in one of two modes, "Direct Share" (where the card acts as a wifi server, and the device (tablet, smart-phone etc) connects to that hotspot, and "Internet Mode" where both the card and the device connect to an existing common hot spot.

After inserting the card, the first thing I had to do was change my camera's browse folder from the default (DCM100 or whatever) to "All" so that it would see the 3 virtual files on the card that are used to activate the different modes or restore defaults. To turn on the card, you are supposed to delete one of the images, which tells the card to go into action, apparently until is loses power.

The first time I tried to connect, I followed the instructions to put the card in "Direct Share" mode, but when I went to iPad, the hotspot didn't show up in the list of available networks. I turned the camera off and on and started over, and the next time, the network showed up, but when I entered the password, it said it couldn't connect and then the network disappeared from the list. On a hunch, I repeated my steps, but did them _faster_. This time it connected successfully. So I went to the transcend WiFi iOS app, and when it launched, it said it wasn't connected. It seemed that what was happening was the hotspot was coming online and then going away.
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