TransferJet is a seriously cool technology, which transforms the mundane task of transferring files between devices into a little piece of wireless tech magic that you’ll love demonstrating to family and friends. TransferJet enabled devices can transmit files wirelessly by simply being in close proximity to other compatible devices – think phone to PC, digital camera to TV.
TransferJet devices have been slow to hit the market, with only a few digital cameras and USB docks released in Japan to date. But that may be set to change in 2011, thanks to a second generation chip which’s due to be released by Sony. Hot Hardware reports that the new transceiver increases transfer speed to up to 300 Mbps and reduces power consumption, improving its fit for mobile devices.