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Kingston MobileLite Wireless Review

Rating: 7.5.

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.

The 64GB Kingston Wi-Drive is currently available for as little as £68 inc vat. whereas the 128GB version can be picked up for close to £116 inc vat. So, is the new Mobilelite Wireless worth its £49.98 asking price?


Inputs for storage USB and SD — reads SD, SDHC, SDXC and microSD (with included adapter)
File Format FAT, FAT32, NTFS, exFAT
Dimensions 124.8mm x 59.9mm x 16.65mm
Weight 98g
Wireless network interface Wi-Fi 802.11g/n with wireless security (WPA2)
Rechargeable battery up to 5 hours of continuous use
Battery built-in Li-Polymer 1800 mAh 3.7v
Camera Roll support allows users to move photos from their mobile device to MobileLite Wireless in order to free up space
File support MobileLite Wireless can store any file type. Playback and viewing are based on the files supported by the mobile device

General file format support

  • Audio: MP3, WAV
  • Video: m4V, MP4 (H.264 video codec)
  • Image: jpg, tif
  • Document: PDF

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  • John

    I agree – the one with built in storage is better value overall.

  • Ben

    I dont honestly understand why these are popular, if they are. So many companies make them and they seem more useful or businesses, sharing clips, content etc. in a boardroom.

    I dont know any house where a family member would share movies with other family members and stream together. surely a NAS is better suited to a family envitronment.

    My phone has an SD card, I copy stuff onto it directly. no carrying additional crap around with me.