Sony Demos TransferJet Wireless Technology

Sony has been showing off their latest development in wireless data transfer at CES.

Sony's TransferJet Iain McDonald
Sony have announced their close proximity wireless transfer concept dubbed TransferJet. The system is designed to be embedded into digital cameras, media players and mobile phones and can send data at speeds of up to 560Mbps over a range of 3cm. Still very much in its development stage, Sony envision this technology being placed in billboards that deliver content to portable devices or the built into computers for easy transfer of files. Simplicity is the name of the game and so no pairing is required between devices with no privacy issues due to its low range. At their booth Sony are demoing the technology sending photos from a camera to a TV. Personally I can't wait for the death of the wire and wholeheartedly embrace our wireless overlords.
About the author

    Iain McDonald is a guest CES blogger who comes to us from Birmingham, England. A self-confessed geek, Iain's life has revolved around technology since he received his first PalmPilot at ten years old. Also a music lover, Iain is a third-year university student studying Sound Engineering, and he's never far from his iPod. And yes, he is an Apple Fanboy.


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