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Sony prepping short-range wireless technology

Posted on Thursday, February 11 2010 @ 06:10:14 CET by


Sony is planning to release its TransferJet short-range wireless technology by spring, this new communication method enables transfer speeds of up to 375Mbps at a range of 3 centimeter. The technology is designed as a replacement for USB cables, Sony plans to use it in its notebooks, digital cameras, and other devices, but it's unknown whether third-party manufacturers will adopt it as well.
However, TransferJet is available in the Vaio F series of laptops and the TX7 and HX5V digital cameras in Japan - and the company has announced that it'll be coming to Western shores soon.

For those making the plunge and buying both the Vaio F laptop and a compatible camera, the advantage is thus: rather than using a USB cable to suck images off the camera, the TransferJet technology allows wireless communication between the two devices at speeds of up to 375Mb/s - albeit at a rather restricted range of just 3cm.
More info at Bit Tech.



 



 

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