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Kingston MobileLite Wireless Review

Tablet PC Reviews
26 July 2013
  • Summary: Until Apple relents (and possibly Hell freezes over) and puts a memory card slot on the iPad, I know of no better way to use USB and SD/microSD cards with this tablet than the Kingston MobileLite Wireless. It costs $60, which is a real deal when you consider that each additional 16GB of storage capacity adds $100 to the price of an iPad, and with this accessory, you can add virtually unlimited capacity.
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Overall 8

Kingston MobileLite Wireless Review

20 June 2013
  • Excerpt: 2 Flares 2 Flares × Today we are looking at the Kingston Mobilelite Wireless, a portable SD card reader with WiFi capabilities. Zardon reviewed the Kingston Wi-Drive earlier this year and found it to be  “a very useful device at a very competitive price point.” Like the Wi-Drive, the Mobilelite Wireless is aimed at Android and Apple users while those with a Windows phone will have to wait for their version of the app needed to use the reader.
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Expert Review

17 June 2013
  • Conclusion: The Kingston MobileLite Wireless is an interesting and handy device, which allows you to share files and media easily via a wireless network it creates. It acts as an wireless transmitter of SD/USB media content and offers virtually unlimited storage, especially in devices that doesn't allow you to insert a MicroSD card. Up to three users can connect to the same device without any issues while your contents will be safe-guarded by WPA2 encryption.
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Overall 8

Test : Kingston MobileLite Wireless

Mac World.fr
5 September 2013
  • Excerpt: Avec le MobileLite Wireless, Kingston permet de contourner quelques limitations du système mobile d'Apple en autorisant l'utilisation d'une clé USB presque normalement.
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