Buy it on Amazon – (affiliate link) – Kingston’s MobileLite is a multifunction device that can charge your Android or iPhone, act as a hotspot, and transfer, store, and stream files. See more mobile accessories here: and subscribe here!
00:02 – Hardware overview
01:27 – Documentation issues
02:00 – Charging a phone
03:20 – iOS / Android App and setting up wireless hotspot
05:39 – Transferring files
08:54 – Streaming video to two phones simultaneously
10:37 – Conclusion and final thoughts
The Mobilelite comes in a pro edition that includes 64GB of internal storage or a G3 version that lacks the internal storage. Both have a 5400 mAH battery for charging phones, SD card slot and USB port, and an ethernet jack.
Files can be transferred between internal storage, USB, and SD card as well as the iPhone, iPad, or Android device. Additionally it can serve as a wifi hotspot, extending an additional wireless network or converting an ethernet connection to wireless.
Transfer speeds are slow and larger video files won’t stream due to transfer rate issues. But smaller files work fine and I was able to stream to an iPhone and Android device simultaneously.
All in it’s a handy device. Not perfect but good enough for what it claims to do. If nothing else it’s a good external battery that’s good for two charges that also adds some unique file transfer and storage capabilities.
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