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Kingston MobileLite Wireless Review


The Kingston Mobilelite Wireless ships in a small, bright box with an image of the reader on the front and some quick information pointing out its ability to charge mobile devices and where to find the app.

Inside the box is the drive, protected by bubble wrap, a user manual, USB cable and a Micro SD adapter.
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The left-hand side of the reader features two USB slots, one for charging the device and one for plugging in an external USB pen drive. The left-hand sider has the power button and directly above it are three LEDs for Power, WiFi and Bridged Mode. The WiFi and Bridged Mode LEDs light up blue and are bright enough to see clearly. Leaving the device on should not disturb even the most easily disturbed sleeper.

The Power LED lights up green when the battery is charged 51%-100%, amber at 25%-50% and red when the battery has 25% or less charge remaining. 
Finally, the right-hand side features the SD card slot. The included adapter is required for Micro SD’s as the reader does not have a Micro SD slot.

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