Great for transferring large photo and video files between my laptop and computer! Icoteq Ltd in the UK develop bespoke TransferJet hardware and also Linux and other embedded drivers for this technology.
Still no Linux drivers?
@coutoernest I’ve just found out about TransferJet while reading an article about a new Toshiba ultra-small wireless chip for smartphone. TransferJet can transfer data at a peak speed of 560 Mbps, with an effective throughput up to 375 Mbps over a few centimeters, similar fashion as NFC, except it’s focusing on large file/data transfers (no payment), and is much faster actually, as the latter is limited to 424 kbit/s.
Is there any way to change the default receive path? I'm a new transferjet user. It always downloads into the internal memory. Anyway to change it?