Sunday, July 20, 2008

TransferJet - Wireless Transfer Technology

TransferJet is a Sony-developed wireless system that can send data at speeds of up to 375M bps (bits per second) over distances of around 3 centimeters. It's designed to replace the cables that are typically needed to connect gadgets and its speed rivals that of USB2.0 and Firewire, the two dominant cable-based systems in use today. It's a system that allows you to transfer files from your digital camera or MP3 player directly to your PC simply by putting the two in close proximity -- no cables are necessary. Using this technology, data can be sent at speeds of 560Mbps.

Source : Sony

1 comment:

Roy said...

I can see that being very handy. Im sure they could come up with a version for the internet that would be handy at universities, workplaces, even home ect. Im always forgetting my ethernet cable when i go to class and have to use the sometimes slow wireless.
You just have to have a hole in the desk where the transmitter would fit into and be level with the desk so its a smooth surface again. Place laptop on device and there you go