James O’Neill explores a Transcend SD that he believes it’s the smaller Linux server. It’s actually a 16GB memory card, an ARM processor and a WIFI chip all in an SD card package.
The way these cards works is different from the better known Eye-FI card. They are SERVERS : they don’t upload pictures to a service by themselves, instead they expect a client to come to them, discover the files they want and download them. The way we’re expected to do this is using HTTP , either from a web browser or from an App on a mobile device which acts as wrapper for the same HTTP requests.
Exploring the Transcend Wifi-SD card – [Link]