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Kingston MobileLite Wireless G2 Review

Design and build

 

The design and build of the new MobileLite are much more appropriate and attractive than those of the first generation. On the other hand, the situation didn’t change much when it comes to size: 130mm x 80mm x 19mm and 171 grams. On the upper part we can find the Kingston logo, with all the ports and LEDs being positioned on the sides of the device. And since we have mentioned the ports, MobileLite has an ethernet port, one USB 2.0, one micro-USB and one card-reader with support for SD, SDHC, SDXC and microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC.

The ethernet port can be used to connect the device to a wired connection and converting it into a wireless network, just like a WiFi router. The USB port can be used together with a pendrive to facilitate the transfer of data between MobileLite G2 and the devices that it is connected to, or with a 3/4G dongle.

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4 comments la: Kingston MobileLite Wireless G2 Review

    1. Hi, I just received my Mobilelite G2 today. It is charging now for 12hrs or so (unit is switched off) and the app says that is is still around 75%. USB charger is good for 2 Amps… so there should be enough current. Did you experienced a similar behaviour? How long does it take to charge this thing to 100% when switched off? Mine has Firmware 2.00.3.

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    2. First time you should leave it overnight. If it does not charge any further, use it and drain it and try charging it again. If you still have problems take it to the service.

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      1. Thats what I did. Now it will be replaced by Amazon. I am sure the next unit will perform better.

    3. Well, as long as it will be replaced I am sure everything will be ok.

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