Announced to launch at CES the iON Air Pro is one of the first sports camera that lets you be the first down the slope and then first to upload it to Facebook
World Wide Licenses is to launch a new range of iON the products which will include one of the world's first sports cameras that lets you wirelessly upload your footage on the go - check out out iON Air Pro review here.
Consisting of two parts the iON the range is made up of the main camera which shoots full 1080p HD, can take 5MP stills and then on top of that is also 10m waterproof. Of course no snowboarding jump would be complete without the full picture, in this case 170 degrees of wide angled loveliness.
To help you get started you'll also get 7GB of free cloud storage to help you throw your content onto the web as soon as possible. All of this then being possible via the iON the Go WiFi 'BackPack' which gives the camera its wireless capability.
The backpacks wireless tech is also compatible with both iPhones and Android smartphones with a downloadable application letting you remote control the camera, of course, whether or not you'd be happy to take your iPhone 4S snowboarding is entirely down to you.
With just a handful of images available and no word on how big the backpack is the real clincher will be in just how mobile it is when it finally gets its official launch in Las Vegas for CES 2012.