- Category: Mobile
- Published: Tuesday, 27 August 2013 18:03
- Written by mem0man
With the sheer amount of media we consume on a daily basis, the mobile market is constantly evolving with newer and newer ways for us to store and transfer all this data. A while back I reviewed Carry Technology’s Wi-Reader Pro and was impressed by the functionality and usefulness of a portable, wireless cloud device and today I am back again with another similar device. Join me as I take a look at Kingston’s MobileLite Wireless Reader and put it to the test to see if it can bring anything new to this budding market.
Product Name: Kingston MobileLite Wireless Reader
Review Sample Provided By: Kingston
Review By: Debo
Pictures By: Debo
MobileLite Wireless Reader
Wireless Data Rates
Up to 100mbps
Indoor/outdoor; Up to 10m
iOS 5.1 or above; Android OS 2.3.3 and above
5 hours via 3.7V/ 1800mAh internal battery
USB 2.0 and SD (SD, SDHC, SDXC)
Right away we are greeted with a view of the of the MobileLite Reader on the front of the packaging along with very brief mentions of a few of the devices capabilities and a pair of familiar logos telling us where we can provide app support for iOS and Android devices.
The side of the box is much of the same with another overhead picture of the MobileLite as well as views of both the SD slot and USB port.
Once we open the package it is finally time to get our hands on the MobileLite, itself, (wrapped safely in a bubble-wrap jacket) and all of the included accessories. Included with the actual unit is a quick Users’ Guide, a small USB 2.0 to USB Micro-B cable for charging and connecting to a PC or laptop, and a MicroSD to SD adapter. This adapter come in handy since the reader will only work with standard sized cards.
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