SanDisk has made a series of Eye-Fi memory cards for years. These are SD cards that are intended to be installed in a digital camera. The Eye-Fi card allows you to wirelessly transfer photos and videos from your camera to a computer, tablet, or smartphone.
The Eye-Fi card contains BOTH memory and a wi-fi adapter. It makes uploading, organizing, and sharing your photos and videos very easy. You don't need to wrestle with USB cables or, if you are like me, you probably left the required cable at home but you need it now!
When the SanDisk Eye-Fi Memory Card is within range of a connected device, your photos and videos will wirelessly upload into your media library, so they'll be ready for you to edit, share, and archive. You can upload to your own computer, to a handheld Apple or Android device, or even to some cloud-based services if a wi-fi Internet connection is available. Details about the SanDisk Eye-Fi Wireless Memory card may be found at http://www.sandisk.com/products/memory-cards/sd/eye-fi/.
Now, here is the best part: while the SanDisk Eye-Fi Wireless Memory card is designed for use in digital cameras, it also works well in the Flip-Pal handheld scanner. Purchase an Eye-Fi card, remove the present SD card from your Flip-Pal scanner, insert the Eye-Fi card into the SD slot, and you are in business. You can send your scanned images to your computer, iPad, iPhone, Android device, or to some cloud-based services without wires.
You will need to configure the wi-fi parameters stored in the Eye-Fi card to tell it which network(s) to use, store the wi-fi encryption key, as well as the user name and password required to store images in the receiving computer or online service. The instruction manual included with the Eye-Fi card gives all the details although it will always refer to "your camera." You will mentally need to substitute the words "your scanner" instead but everything else applies.
SanDisk Eye-Fi Memory Cards are available with 4, 8, or 16 gigabyte storage capacities. They probably are available at your local computer store. If not, they are available from Amazon at http://goo.gl/ttkfP and from many other online retailers.