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Thursday , 29 October 2020

Kingston Mobilelite Wireless G3 (MLWG3)& MobileLite Wireless Pro 64GB(MLWG3/64)

Kingston Mobilelite Wireless G3 & MobileLite Wireless Pro 64GB

In the 60’s we wanted to tune out, turn on, weird out and push back from society and find our own ways, those days are long past. The world we live in today is turned on tuned in online 24/7/365 and without access to your digitally stored info your working blind. To that end Kingston has developed the MobileLite wireless series, each MobileLite is capable of accepting a USB Drive (Thumb or External) and give you wireless access to the files stored on the attached drive(s), you also get access to SD and microSD (by adapter).

Now the MobileLite Wireless G3 will only give you access to drives attached to it but the MobileLite Wireless Pro has 64GB built-in storage so you can store data internally and access external drives and SD cards. To top off the wireless miracle you can also charge phones and tablets up to 2 times using the included USB to mini-USB.

 

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Both the Wireless Pro and Wireless G3 are similar to previous generations of Kingston MobileLite (MLWG2) all of them have a USB port and a SD card slot letting users wirelessly access a USB Thumb drive or a SD card and microSD by adapter. Using the MobileLite App users can wirelessly (up to 3 users) share, access and store files on the 802.11 ac Dual Band Wi-Fi. You can access the connected devices from your PC by switching your wireless connection to the MobileLite but that cuts off your internet. You can hook the G3 to a network and your modem and have internet access and access to the reader but that’s a little much for us. The entire idea behind the MobileLite series is “Mobile”

G3 Features

  • 5400 mAh Battery allows you to charge your phone up to 2 times
  • Quickly charge USB devices with the 2.0A max output battery
  • Use USB flash drives or SD cards to back up photos, contacts, and your calendar from smartphones and tablets
  • Access movies, music, and more wirelessly via 802.11ac
  • Free Google Play, iOS and Kindle Apps available

Pro Features

  • 6700 mAh Battery allows you to charge your phone up to 2.5 times
  • Quickly charge USB devices with the 2.0A max output battery
  • 64GB storage built-in to store movies, music, and more
  • Use USB flash drives or SD cards to back up photos, contacts, and your calendar from smartphones and tablets
  • Access movies, music, and more wirelessly via 802.11ac
  • Free Google Play, iOS and Kindle Apps available

General Specification

  • Inputs for Storage: USB and SD – reads SD, SDHC, SDXC and microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC (with included adapter)
  • Supported File Systems: FAT, FAT32, NTFS, exFAT
  • Dimensions: 115mm x 80mm x 24mm
  • Weight: MLWG3: 192g, MLW Pro: 194g
  • Wireless Network Interface: 2.4GHz 802.11b/g/n & 5GHz 802.11ac
  • WLAN Ethernet Port: to function as an access point

File Format Support

  • Audio: MP3, WAV
  • Video6: m4V, mp4 (H. 264 video codec)
  • Image: jpg, tif
  • Document: pdf

The format supports are extremely important as you will only be able to play, use, or view these types of formats directly from your MobileLite device. Other file formats can be stored but only supported ones accessed by the Mobile App.

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One comment

  1. It really needs a much better music player. No playlist. No sort by anything useful. No support for 3rd party music aps. Frustrating. I either have to pick a song at a time or let it randomly play through gigs of songs.

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