At the Computex 2014 tech show, leading memory products manufacturer Kingston took the wraps off the second generation wireless media streamer dubbed MobileLite G2. This device can serve as a reader, connect to portable devices such as smartphones and tablets, charge the smartphones and share data with a maximum of three devices simultaneously via Wi-Fi.
Kingston MobileLite G2 is nothing but a type of portable card reader that is accessible wirelessly. Users can connect either a flash drive or a USB drive to the MobileLite G2 and access the contents from any portable devices. For instance, users of those devices that have low internal storage space can transfer the content to the USB or flash drive that is attached to the MobileLite G2.
Users can stream data such as movie and photos from their flash cards or USB drives on to three devices at the same time and also send them to Social Media platform without the necessity of connection to a PC.
The Kingston MobileLite G2 features a non-detachable 4,640 mAh battery delivering up to 13 hours of backup that is responsible in charging the other devices such as smartphones. Apart from this, there built-in Wi-Fi, Ethernet port for wired network and support for 3G dongle to share wirelessly. Moreover, the MobileLite G2 can be used as a shared network drive or portable router or power bank.