AT TOSHIBA'S PREVIEW of its upcoming products for 2010 it demoed its Transfer Jet short distance wireless technology on one of its portable computers.
This technology, which was first shown at CES in Las Vegas, has been captured by the INQUIRER running on a Toshiba Qosmio G50 laptop, which was especially kitted out for the January show. Said to be a replacement for USB technology for its transfer speed, Transfer Jet could also be a replacement for Bluetooth, too. It's 10 times the speed of that current short distance wireless tech, whilst more on par with USB in terms of transfer rate, with a ceiling of 560Mbps. µ
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