Kingston MobileLite Wireless G3 & Pro - Features and Specifications

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Kingston MobileLite Wireless G3 & Pro
Features and Specifications
Testing the MobileLite


All of the following features and specifications have been pulled from Kingston's site and posted here for your convenience. As such, you should check out their site as well if you have any other questions or want the most up-to date information. In the meantime, this information should answer some of your questions.


Kingston’s MobileLite® Wireless G3 charges smartphones and tablets faster, with a 2A output charging maximum, and charges phones up to 2x from a single, fully charged MLWG31. It features a 5,400 mAh battery and lets you wirelessly access the contents of a USB drive or SD card2. MobileLite® Wireless Pro adds 64GB3 of built-in storage, extendable via USB drives and SD cards, and up to 2.5x charge via its 6,700 mAh battery. Both drives have premium Japanese battery cells that make the battery more reliable and longer lasting than their competitors’.

Access USB Flash drives and SD cards wirelessly from smartphones and tablets to free up space, make backup copies of important photos, videos, contact and calendar entries and transfer files to a new phone or tablet without using a PC. Save by not paying monthly fees for cloud-based backup services. MLWG3 and MLW Pro have an SD card slot and a USB port and come with a microSD to SD card adapter. MLWG3 and MLW Pro work with Android, Amazon and iOS devices.







As far as installation goes, the MobileLite requires an App if you want to use it for file storage. It's simple and is much easier than trying to hook up a new console. If you want to use it as a portable battery or wireless router, no Apps are required. The official App is simply called Kingston MobileLite and it can be found in the Google Play store, Amazon's App Store, as well as the Apple App Store. As with pretty much everything, it's not available for Windows phones, or BlackBerry for that matter. To charge devices, simply plug in and you're done. To charge the MobileLite, swap the cable ends around and charge it up from any USB power source.



On the next page, we'll cover testing before we wrap things up with our final thoughts.