As more and more devices include miniSD or microSD slots instead of full size SD ones, peripheral makers are having to keep up. That’s why Spectec has unveiled a Wi-Fi card for smartphones with a microSD slot.
This tiny peripheral will offer both 802.11b and 802.11g, giving it a theoretical max data transfer speed of 54 Mbps.
It will support the SDIO Now! 1.0 standard, and will be usable with both Windows Mobile Pocket PC and Smartphone.
There is no word yet on what this card will cost, or when it will be available.
For more on the microSD Wi-Fi card, visit Spectec’s web site.
Thanks to Pocket PC Thoughts for the tip.