TransferJet opens new front in wireless CE wars

February 2008
Wireless Asia;Feb/Mar2008, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p11
The article reports on the launch of TransferJet, a close-proximity wireless transfer technology from Sony. The technology offers high-speed transfer of large data files like photographs and high definition images between consumer electronic devices. It has claimed faster data speed than WiMedia-based standards like Wireless USB and Bluetooth 3.0 — 560 Mbps vs around 480 Mbps.


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