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Old October 14th, 2013, 02:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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[5-in-1] RAVPowerŽ Wireless SD Card Reader,USB External HDD / SDD / USB Flash Disk Reader,3000mAh External Battery Pack & NAS File Server & Wi-Fi Hot Spot Wireless Media Streaming FileHub RP-WD01

I just got this about a week ago.....it is nice as heck...works great.

If you want to expand the accessible storage of your tablet or smart phone then this is for you! The RAVPower FileHub RP-WD01 3000 mAh power bank is a portable, self-powered Wi-Fi file hub that doesn't require any physical connection to your device. The FileHub can transfer files via 802.11b/g/n or from external USB hard drives, flash drives, or more portable SD cards and it can add storage to your devices. Pretty much any USB-connected or SD card storage you have laying around will work. I was able to pick up a wide array of storage media. SD card, microsd in a card adapter, Flash drives ranging from 4 GB to 32 GB. (Different brands) It was also able to power my portable hard drive with no problem, all while an SD card was in the SD card slot. I also used many different devices to connect to the wifi disk. It handled every one of them. Bonus, it doubles up as external battery pack. 3,000mah may not be a lot but it does come in handy in those critical must have a charge situations.
The Wi-Fi is great as it can be used anywhere without having to be plugged in. The power bank is 3,000mAH (5V/1A), which will last about five (5) hours. It will charge itself through your PC USB port or for a faster charge.
It can easily fit in a pocket. It has a polished finish. The FileHub is an extremely lightweight device (4.4 ounces), perfect for carrying around anywhere.

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* CPU Model: Ralink RT5350 (350MHz)
* Wi-Fi: 802.11b/g/n, 2.4GHz, 72 Mbps @20mHz/150Mbps @ 40MHz
* Battery Power Bank: 3000mAh, max input 1.5A, supports.5A, .8A, 1.5A. Output of 1A
* Power Consumption: SD Card Read/Write 2W Stand-by (HDD sleep mode) 1.5W
* SD Card Read/Write Speed: Read 3MB/s and Write 3.5MB/s
* USB Interface: Micro USB 2.0 for data transfer and charging
* Dimension: 4.65" x 3.11" x .55"
* Weight: 4.23 oz.

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Old October 14th, 2013, 05:01 PM   #2 (permalink)
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[5-in-1] RAVPowerŽ Wireless SD Card Reader,USB External HDD / SDD / USB Flash Disk Reader,3000mAh External Battery Pack & NAS File Server & Wi-Fi Hot Spot Wireless Media Streaming FileHub RP-WD01

I just got this about a week ago.....it is nice as heck...works great.

If you want to expand the accessible storage of your tablet or smart phone then this is for you! The RAVPower FileHub RP-WD01 3000 mAh power bank is a portable, self-powered Wi-Fi file hub that doesn't require any physical connection to your device. The FileHub can transfer files via 802.11b/g/n or from external USB hard drives, flash drives, or more portable SD cards and it can add storage to your devices. Pretty much any USB-connected or SD card storage you have laying around will work. I was able to pick up a wide array of storage media. SD card, microsd in a card adapter, Flash drives ranging from 4 GB to 32 GB. (Different brands) It was also able to power my portable hard drive with no problem, all while an SD card was in the SD card slot. I also used many different devices to connect to the wifi disk. It handled every one of them. Bonus, it doubles up as external battery pack. 3,000mah may not be a lot but it does come in handy in those critical must have a charge situations.
The Wi-Fi is great as it can be used anywhere without having to be plugged in. The power bank is 3,000mAH (5V/1A), which will last about five (5) hours. It will charge itself through your PC USB port or for a faster charge.
It can easily fit in a pocket. It has a polished finish. The FileHub is an extremely lightweight device (4.4 ounces), perfect for carrying around anywhere.

Specifications

* CPU Model: Ralink RT5350 (350MHz)
* Wi-Fi: 802.11b/g/n, 2.4GHz, 72 Mbps @20mHz/150Mbps @ 40MHz
* Battery Power Bank: 3000mAh, max input 1.5A, supports.5A, .8A, 1.5A. Output of 1A
* Power Consumption: SD Card Read/Write 2W Stand-by (HDD sleep mode) 1.5W
* SD Card Read/Write Speed: Read 3MB/s and Write 3.5MB/s
* USB Interface: Micro USB 2.0 for data transfer and charging
* Dimension: 4.65" x 3.11" x .55"
* Weight: 4.23 oz.
Can you post a link for where to find it and post some pics.
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Old October 14th, 2013, 08:50 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Yeah, I'm now EXTREMELY curious, as I think someone had told me they thought Sandisk was making something like this. How does it work exactly? I mean, once you connect, is there a app that shows the files on the device that you can access? :repares to have to sell a kidney for something like this::::
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Old October 14th, 2013, 09:13 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Here is to satisfy your curiousity, I have reviewed this one long time ago: Review of RAVPower External WiFi Disk with 3000 mAh power bank w/lots of pics!!!
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Old October 14th, 2013, 09:20 PM   #5 (permalink)
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If not for the fact that I have a 64 gig microsd in my note 2, and its half empty, I'd say this thing is incredible. I didn't even know this type of stuff existed yet. These things have to be god-sends for anyone with a under-sized amount of set storage for their iphone, ipad, or non-expandable memory android device. And its a portable charger and currently on sale for 50 bucks? Damn.
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You can also think of its as a portable router. I don't travel much, but heard in certain hotels they charge you per wifi connection. So for example you can get one connection for this mini-router and then have all of your other phones, tablets, laptops routed to it.
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