CES 2015: Toshiba Debuts Industry’s First TransferJet Adapter For IOS Devices

Posted: Jan 5 2015, 8:20am CST | by , in News | CES

CES 2015: Toshiba debuts Industry’s First TransferJet Adapter for iOS Devices

Toshiba TransferJet Adapter will allow to transfer files on really high speed for iPhones, iPads and iPods.

Toshiba announced today that it will be launching its new ‘TJM35420LT’ which is the industry’s first TransferJet adapter for iOS devices such as the iPhone, iPad and iPod that is compliant with TransferJet close proximity wireless transfer technology.

Moreover the sales of the product by marketers and online stores will soon be started from spring 2015. It will start from Japan, then Europe and then the Americas and Asia.

TransferJet is basically a close proximity wireless transfer technology. This technology will provide the users with simple connections and ultra-high speed data transfers with low power consumption. It will work in a simple way by bringing two devices in the transfer into close proximity.

The maximum data throughput is 375 Mbps and 100 Mbps of data can be transmitted in only three seconds. This is very useful for the users of Apple products as they can now easily and quickly transfer their data.

Now how will the users use this TransferJet? The users can use it easily after attaching the adapter to an iPhone, iPad or iPod with a Lightning connector and then downloading the iOS app from the App Store.

The adapter basically provides high speed file transfer throughput for large data sources which includes movies and pictures. Plus Toshiba has also introduced a 2nd generation USB adapter ‘TJM35420AUX’ for the Windows OS and a Micro USB adapter module for the AndroidTM OS. These are compliant with the TransferJet with sales scheduled to start in the first quarter of 2015.

TransferJet adapter for iPhone, iPad, iPod

Product No.TJM35420LT
FeaturesOperating temperature: 5-35°C
Outline: 24.1mm(L) × 23.1mm(W) × 6.1mm(H)(typ.)
Power supply: 3.3V
Lightning iAP2-compliant
Supporting OSTo be compatible with iOS 7.1/8.1

TransferJet USB adapter module

Product No.TJM35420AUX
FeaturesOperating temperature: 5-35°C
Outline: 24.3mm(L) × 15.0mm(W) × 7.0mm(H)(typ.)
Power supply: 5V
Host interface: USB2.0
Supporting OSWindows® 7 32bit, 64bit and Windows® 8 32bit, 64bit

TransferJet MicroUSB adapter module

Product No.TJM35420AMU
FeaturesOperating temperature: 5-35°C
Outline: 21.0mm(L) x 19.5mm(W) x 6.8mm(H)(typ.)
Power supply: 5V
Host interface: USB2.0
Supporting OSAndroidTM 4.0-4.4

Toshiba Corporation is a Fortune global 500 company. It channels world class capabilities in advanced electronic and electrical product and systems into five strategic business domains.

These domains include Energy & Infrastructure, Healthcare Systems & Services, Community Solutions, Lifestyle Products & Services and Electronic Devices & Components. Toshiba is committed to people and committed to the future and the company promotes innovation and advancement in technology globally.

The company was founded in Tokyo in 1875 and today after nearly 150 years the company is at the heart of a global network of over 590 consolidated companies employing over 200,000 people around the world and with annual sales that exceed $63 billion. The company will be displaying all of its new innovations and products at its booth at the International CES 2015.

Read More Hot News About CES 2015.

The CES 2015 will be held in Las Vegas from the 6th till the 9th of January. The CES will be a host to more than 3500 companies that will display and demonstrate their new technologies and products.

The CES is the largest platform for businesses that thrive on consumer technology and is owned and controlled by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). So all those who want to know what technology and products will be coming up in 2015 should not miss the CES 2015.

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