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


IEEE 802.11g/n

Wireless Data Rates

Up to 100mbps





Operating Range

Indoor/outdoor; Up to 10m

Devices Supported

iOS 5.1 or above; Android OS 2.3.3 and above

Battery Life

5 hours via 3.7V/ 1800mAh internal battery

Storage Inputs

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.

MobileLite 1

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.

MobileLite 2

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.

MobileLite 3

MobileLite 5

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