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Kingston Technology MLW221 Mobilelite Wireless Reader
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- Unlimited Access - to your existing SD and USB storage from your mobile device
- Multiple users - up to three different movies to three different devices at the same time
- Battery Backup - use the built-in battery to charge your phone and keep you mobile
- One-year warranty
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Kingston Technology MobileLite Wireless Reader
Kingston's MobileLite Wireless reader delivers an unparalleled mobile experience. Because it's not just about being connected, it's about having unlimited access to your favourite videos, music, photos and files from your Flash drive and other storage devices -- anywhere you go. Store and share more -- wirelessly and easily via Wi-Fi -- and stream content (for example, three different movies) to three devices at once.
MobileLite Wireless works as a portable card reader to give you unlimited access to all of your data, anywhere you are. Use it with your USB Flash drive or SD storage devices to access your videos, music, photos, documents and more.
Use MobileLite Wireless to charge your phone or other device. Stay productive and keep the power flowing without having to plug into a wall outlet.
Portable Card Reader
MobileLite Wireless also works as a standard card reader, making it easy to save large files, all of the photos from your vacation and more.
- Stay connected to the Internet while sharing files and photos with friends
- Copy and transfer files between USB Flash drives and SD cards or copy files locally to your mobile device
- Use the MobileLite Wireless app to share photos, files, and movies with up to 3 users simultaneously
- Stay socially connected, even from remote locations. Upload vacation photos from your SD card
- Free up space by downloading photos from your phone's camera roll to a USB or SD card
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G2 Mobilelite Wireless
|Wireless interface||Wi-Fi 802.11g/n with wireless security (WPA2)||Wi-Fi 802.11g/n with wireless security (WPA2)|
|Rechargeable battery||Up to five hours of continuous use||Up to 13 hours of continuous use|
|Storage||External: USB drives, SD/SHC/SDCX cards, microSD/SDHC/SDXC cards||External: USB drives, SD/SHC/SDCX cards, microSD/SDHC/SDXC cards|
|Battery capacity||1800 mAh||4640 mAh|
|Dimensions||124.8 mm x 59.9 mm x 17.3 mm||129.14 mm x 79.09 mm x 19.28 mm|
|Weight||98 g||171 g|
|File transfer with Windows 7, 8, Vista and XP||Yes||Yes|
|File transfer with Mac OS X 10.5 and above||Yes||Yes|
|File transfer with Linux Kernel 2.6 and above||Yes||Yes|
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We used to travel with a twin-screen car DVD player and a stash of DVDs to keep our kids entertained on long journeys, whether by car or plane.
Last year I bought a Google Nexus 7 which the kids love for games. This meant carrying yet another device around... until I discovered downloaded movies for the tablet. I quickly realised that not having to carry a DVD player and a fat DVD wallet around is great but that the built-in 16GB storage space of the tablet , partly used up by Apps and other stuff, doesn't leave much space for movies.
That's when I decided to give the Mobilelite Wireless a try. It turned out to be easy to use, works reliably and with PLENTY of movies stored on a 32 GB SD card we recently went on a two week vacation. The beach turned out to be much more attractive then any movies we had brought along and the kids actually didn't watch much at all. However...
For the journey back home we had a nine hour flight ahead of us and had promised the kids one movie before "lights out" when the flight attendant announced that the inflight entertainment system was broken. There were some very disappointed passengers on the flight, including my 9-year old and my 5-year old who was about to have a very public melt down.
This is when the Mobilelite Wireless came to the rescue and showed it's true potential: I switched it on and within minutes one child watched her movie of choice on the Nexus 7 whereas the other one used my iphone to watch a different one. Eventually, my wife decided to pull out her Galaxy SIII phone and enjoyed a third movie. All three devices obviously had the respective Android or iOS MobileLite Wireless App installed.Read more ›
Once this is set up and you connect your device to the Mobilite's WIFI you will not only be able to view photos / video, back up your device photos, but you will also be able to connect to the internet (providing it has been set up to connect to a nearby internet enabled WIFI network).
The official Mobilite app only supports MP4 video formats, however by using the free VLC player app, it can connect to the Mobilite's connected USB / SDCard and almost any video format can be played.
I took this on holiday recently and was really impressed, the kids watched some movies streamed to the iPad whilst I backed up the photos taken on my phone at the same time. The battery life seems pretty decent, it charges quickly and it can also be used to charge your devices.
So it's good but not good at the same time, hence three stars only. I like the idea but the execution could be a lot better. Their app can do with some UI improvements. It's not very intuitive and supported formats (videos) was rather limited. However, given the fact that I could use VLC on iPad or iPhone to access the drive so I never needed to use the app to play any video. So it does work with any type of file formats providing you have a good video app that can access local network drives. VLC is good!
But here's the down side. I am not too sure what's wrong but the wifi network doesn't always come up from my iPad or iPhone. I sometimes have to turn off my wifi and then back on to find the channel. Once connected, the stream will start. Viewing photos and video can be an issue sometimes when the connection seems to disconnect and reconnect. I never get a smooth video play because of the pausing and playing through out. The quality of stream is good but it seems either the wireless channel were not able to stream at a constant speed or simply disconnects.
Viewing photos is exactly the same issue. I can view a couple of photos before it hangs a good 30 seconds or so because I can view another one. I wish the wireless speed is much faster and constant.
The last thing is the battery.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Battery doesn't last as is stated. Transfer files is pain because you depending on they app and it is not craft well. Also dropping signal too often. Wouldn't buy againPublished 2 months ago by Peter
Fantastic multi-use bit of kit. I can take the sd card straight out of my dslr and within seconds be transferring pictures to my phone or ipad for half the price of the ipad camera... Read morePublished 5 months ago by TexRitter
The Kingston MLW221 Mobilelite wireless reader is bigger than expected but fits well into the palm of one's hand. Read morePublished 5 months ago by P. scarbro