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Kingston MobileLite Wireless

alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews of Kingston MobileLite Wireless. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other MP3 Players for all reviews. Reviewers really like the reliability and storage. The performance and portability also get good comments, but opinions are divided on the size.

portability, performance, storage, reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other MP3 Players the Kingston MobileLite Wireless is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Kingston MobileLite Wireless review


Kingston has recently released a new product designed to help users wirelessly transfer files across devices using SD cards and USB storage devices. As a reader and media streamer for SD cards and USB devices, the MobileLite Wireless we have in our...

However, most of these shortcomings can be overlooked due to the price of $70 - less than half of what wireless drives cost. So the Kingston MobileLite Wireless can be recommended at least for what it primarily delivers, a good overall multi-user...

Jun, 2013

Expert review by : Nick Guy (

First Looks: Kingston MobileLite Wireless


Kingston's new MobileLite Wireless ($TBD) is the followup to its earlier Wi-Fi extra storage accessory Wi-Drive. Instead of built-in storage, this one uses user-provided external media -- a USB drive, microSD, or standard SD, to give your iOS device...

Jan, 2013

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Kingston MobileLite Wireless review


Not a bad wireless storage reader, but it's not as polished as the competition

The Kingston MobileLite Wireless is very similar to the

Expert review by : Steve Duncombe (

Kingston MobileLite Wireless first look


Unlimited storage via Wi-Fi for your smartphone and tablet.

The MobileLite Wireless can be seen as the next stage in evolution of Kingston’s handy Wi-Drive, which carries 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of solid-state storage. But the support for USB drives and SD card storage, plus the ability to recharge your smartphone,...

Dec, 2013

Expert review by : mfereday (

MobileLite Wireless : kingston MobileLite Wireless


Adding wireless capability to your SD memory cards and USB flash sticks is just one feature found in a device from Kingston.

Like many others, I struggle to fit my favourite music, video clips and photos on the limited storage capacity offered by my smartphone and/or tablet. No matter how hard I try to squeeze this content into my mobile devices, I always end up with several...

Aug, 2013

Expert review by : Winston (

Review: Kingston MobileLite Wireless


MobileLite Wireless is a portable USB charger for mobile devices that doubles as a USB and SD card reader. A downloadable App allows you to access the files wirelessly. It's compatible for both Apple and Android devices. Let's take a closer look ...

Unique product (wireless USB/SD card reader + charger) ; Free app from Apple's App store or Google's Play store ; Supports MP3, WAV, m4v, mp4 (H. 264 video codec), jpg, tiff, pdf ; Fast charging

Only support up to 3 users/connections ; Low charging capacity of only 1800mAh ; Larger than I expected (in size)

The Kingston MobileLite Wireless is a unique device that offers something that a lot of USB/SD card readers don't ... it also doubles as a charger for mobile devices. It offers fast charging and wireless connectivity for sharing files via downloadable...

Jul, 2013

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Kingston MobileLite Wireless Review: Handy, But Far From Perfect


Versatile Small and portable Works across platforms

Wi-Fi connection stability issues App could use a little polish

There's no denying the usefulness of the Kingston MobileLite Wireless, but we just wish that using it was a less uncertain experience. Most of the hiccups encountered aren't Kingston's fault; the company has cleverly used a workaround to iOS's...