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Testseek.com have collected 104 expert reviews of the Kingston MobileLite Wireless and the average rating is 77%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Kingston MobileLite Wireless.
Award: Most Awarded November 2013
November 2013
 
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The editors liked

  • Most users already have USB flash drives or SD cards
  • Inexpensive solution
  • Capacity set by user
  • Easy setup
  • Easy backups
  • Works as a great alternative to Plex
  • And Samsung Smart TV app is super convenient. Affordable pricing
  • Lets you archive the photos and videos from your Facebook account
  • Also works with DLNA and as an iTunes server. Lets you con
  • Great features
  • Including file sharing and external battery pack
  • Small and light
  • Great for traveling
  • Size
  • Streams Data From SD Cards And USB Flash Drives
  • Internal 1800mAh Li-Polymer Battery (Can Also Be Used To Charge Other Devices)
  • Simultaneous Connection To Up To 3 Devices
  • Partial Use As An Wi-Fi Range Extender
  • Price (For Some)
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  • Can charge the mobile device it's attached to
  • Can stream media from USB drives and flash-memory cards
  • Supports SDHC cards
  • Excellent WiFi and signal strength
  • Fast charging
  • Emergency cell phone charger
  • Portable/Pocket size
  • Free easy to use Intuitive software
  • Variable SD and USB storage capacity
  • Warranty
  • Price.
  • Unique product (wireless USB/SD card reader + charger)
  • Free app from Apple's App store or Google's Play store
  • Supports MP3
  • WAV
  • M4v
  • Mp4 (H. 264 video codec)
  • Jpg
  • Tiff
  • Pdf
  • Wireless transmits media from up to two attached devices
  • Functions as a USB card reader
  • Has wireless network passthrough
  • Includes wireless password protection
  • Ability to wirelessly offload photos from the mobile device
  • Works as spare battery for mobi

The editors didn't like

  • Storage capacity less robust than HDD wireless storage options
  • Battery could be stronger
  • Would like to see a RAID option for extra protection
  • Update
  •  Roku is now available as a channel on Seagate Central
  • A larger battery would make it great for long plane trips
  • Design (Compared To The Wi-Drive)
  • No Internal Memory (For Some)
  • No internal storage of its own
  • Only five hour battery life. Not enough information on the box
  • Only support up to 3 users/connections
  • Low charging capacity of only 1800mAh
  • Larger than I expected (in size)
  • No included storage
  • Limited battery backup capacity
  • Does not work with .avi
  • .mkv on iOS
  • Bulky

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  Published: 2014-07-03, review by: nikktech.com

  • Size, Streams Data From SD Cards And USB Flash Drives, Internal 1800mAh Li-Polymer Battery (Can Also Be Used To Charge Other Devices), Simultaneous Connection To Up To 3 Devices, Partial Use As An Wi-Fi Range Extender, Price (For Some),  ,  ,
  • Design (Compared To The Wi-Drive), No Internal Memory (For Some),
  • Although certainly far from what I'd ever call groundbreaking the latest MobileLite Wireless by Kingston does offer a more wealthy set of features compared to the original Wi-Drive and in the end i think that's what will attract most potential buyers. So ...

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  Published: 2014-06-12, Author: Jeff , review by: macworld.com

  • Kingston's MobileLite Wireless is an inexpensive way to access more storage than what comes with iOS devices. Letting you use SD cards and USB thumb drives of any capacity doesn't lock you into a fixed amount of storage. And the battery bank mode is a bo...

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  Published: 2014-04-24, review by: tomshardware.com

  • Abstract:  Would you like a device capable of functioning as USB-based storage, a Wi-Fi hotspot, an archive for your media, a streaming server, and a rechargeable battery? The six devices in this round-up are versatile, including a combination of those features. C...

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  Published: 2013-11-21, Author: Aron , review by: aselabs.com

  • Abstract:  It was earlier in the year when we reviewed the Kingston Wi-Drive. It was a smart idea when it was created a few years ago, but times have changed and innovations must be made. When we concluded the review, we also showed off the next generation beta mode...

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  Published: 2013-11-01, Author: Perry , review by: geardiary.com

  • Great features, including file sharing and external battery pack, Small and light, Great for traveling
  • A larger battery would make it great for long plane trips

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  Published: 2013-09-24, review by: lanoc.org

  • These portable wireless readers continue to impress. On top of being a solid device with the ability to stream movies and music from device to device, the Kingston MobileLite Wireless Reader adds in a few nice touches to bolster its overall package. The...

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  Published: 2013-09-22, Author: jmeyer , review by: digitalcameraworld.com

  • Abstract:  The Kingston MobileLite Wireless Reader offers photographers a wireless hotspot for quick and easy file sharing… but does it work? Find out in our review.One area where good old standalone cameras lag behind smartphones is the ability to transfer and shar...

 
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  Published: 2013-09-13, review by: computerworld.com

  • Abstract:  When you've burned through the available storage on your smartphone, tablet or laptop, you have two basic options: Delete old stuff to make room for new, or upgrade to a new device that offers more space. The former is a hassle; the latter, expensive. ...

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  Published: 2013-08-08, Author: Jon , review by: pcworld.com_techhive.com

  • Can charge the mobile device it's attached to, Can stream media from USB drives and flash-memory cards, Supports SDHC cards
  • No internal storage of its own
  • If you're looking for a lightweight device for sharing multimedia content on the road, Kingston's MobileLite delivers. It lacks internal storage, but handles SDHC cards and USB drives, and it offers DLNA and Internet pass-through....

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  Published: 2013-08-08, review by: hitechlegion.com

  • Earlier in January 2013, at CES in Las Vegas, Kingston handed out several devices then called the Wi-Drive MobileLite+ for beta testing purposes to reviewers. It was a multi-purpose device that primarily served as a wireless storage expansion tool but a...

 
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