[6-in-1] RAVPower FileHub Wireless N Portable Pocket Travel Router Wireless Micro SD TF Card Reader with Built-in 6000mAh External Battery Pack,Wireless USB,Wireless Flash,Mobile Storage Media Sharing, WLAN Hot Spot & NAS File Server (Black) Reviews

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[6-in-1] RAVPower FileHub Wireless N Portable Pocket Travel Router Wireless Micro SD TF Card Reader with Built-in 6000mAh External Battery Pack,Wireless USB,Wireless Flash,Mobile Storage Media Sharing, WLAN Hot Spot & NAS File Server (Black)

[6-in-1] RAVPower FileHub Wireless N Portable Pocket Travel Router Wireless Micro SD TF Card Reader with Built-in 6000mAh External Battery Pack,Wireless USB,Wireless Flash,Mobile Storage Media Sharing, WLAN Hot Spot & NAS File Server (Black)

  • Media Sharing: transfer photos/movies/music/files between iOS and Android Devices and Desktop/Laptop, between mobile devices and SD Card/USB HDD, and between Micro SD Card and USB hard drive.
  • Wirelless Router: instantly convert wired network into Wi-Fi (AP/Router/Bridge)
  • External battery: built-in 6000 mAh power bank (5V/1A) for charging smartphones
  • Can connect up to 5 devices (Laptop,Mobile Phone,Tablet/PAD,Desktop etc) at the same time
  • Wireless Storage For Ipad / Iphone5,4s,4 / Samsung Galaxy S4,S3,S2,Tab2,Note2 and All Other IOS/Android Device

RAVPower® – All In One


A FileHub is a revolutionary device that powers your mobile device PLUS does so much more!

External Battery& Charger:

– Built-in 6,000mAh external battery can charge most phones 2-3 times.

Travel Router:

– Plug an Ethernet cable into the WAN port( to receive signal, not a LAN port), instantly converting the wired network to a wireless network(wireless b/g/n, 150Mbps, AP/Router mode)

File Transfer:

– Transfer files (photos, movies or videos) between your Micro SD card/USB Portable Hard Disk Drive and your Android/iOS smartphones and tablets

– “Enlarge” limited storage capacity of your mobile devices.

Specifications:

– CPU: Ralink RT 5350 MIPS24KEc 350 MHz

– WiFi Frequency : 2.4 GHZ Speed: 72Mbps at 20Mhz / 150 Mbps at 40MHZ

– External Battery Pack : 6000 mah 1.5A Max Input 1A Output

– Micro SD Card Speed: Read: 3MB/S Write: 3

List Price: $ 99.99

Price: $ 46.69

Originally posted 2016-01-04 01:29:36. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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  1. 94 of 99 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing little green box, August 23, 2014
    By 
    Mike B. (San Antonio, TX) –

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    I bought this little device to use on family road trips and it exceeded all my expectations. My kids are a bit spoiled and are used to having about 80 movies available on their iPad’s in the house via iTunes Sharing from my main HTPC . We travel 6 to 8 times a year and I wanted to find a way to bring their movies with us as the internal flash storage on the iPad is very limited and they quickly tire of the same 2 movies I can squeeze on there. Our most recent trip was a 10 day vacation so I really wanted a way to bring their movies with us before we left.

    My equipment setup:
    RAVPower RP-WD02
    2TB Western Digital Elements USB 3.0 portable hard drive
    Verizon 4G LTE MiFi
    4 x Apple iPad
    2 x iPhone 5

    Setup for the device was really simple. I downloaded the free app from the App Store, and was able to configure the networking portion of the device very easily. The built in web server will let you do it as well. It recognized my WD portable HDD with no issues at all. Setting it up was surprisingly easy and the entire time I used it, it worked perfectly. Honestly I wasn’t expecting much, I was expecting bugs, crashes, things not working, but this little box worked great!

    My first use for this box was to serve up the kids movies in the car. Family lives 8 hours away, so keeping the kids entertained is a high priority on road trips. My vehicle has a 110V outlet in it, and I plugged in my Anker 40W 5 port USB charger into it to keep all the gadgets powered. I used it to keep 2 iPads charged, power the RAVPower FileHub, and a Verizon MiFi. I picked up 2 6ft Amazon USB extension cords to give the lightning cables extra reach to the kids in the back seat.

    I connected the FileHub to the MiFi wireless hotspot, and downloaded the FileHub app to each iPad and iPhone in our party. I connected the devices to the FileHub’s wireless signal, and it passed all the iPad’s internet traffic to the MiFi seamlessly. This setup allowed the kids to access all the movies being shared from the FileHub, and also have normal internet traffic for DisneyJr, PBS Kids, etc. I was amazed how well it worked. I was a happy dad cruising down the highway with entertained kids in the back seat.

    Once we got to our destination, one benefit I didn’t even think about at first was I just had to connect the FileHub to the wireless at our rental condo, I didn’t have to touch 6 different devices and update wireless settings. They just stayed connected to the FileHub and I just had to update the settings on the device, and it passed the internet traffic right through.

    Performance wise, I was very happy with the device. I was able to stream 3 movies at once from the device with no hiccups whatsoever. The movies for my kids are a mix of DVD to 1080P MP4 files from 600MB to over 5GB in size. It was able to stream with no issue to multiple devices from different files. It really worked great, I was very happy with the device. My wife was also impressed with how well it worked and she has little patience for my electronic gadgets.

    The built in battery backup was nice as well, as the 110V outlet in the car only works when the engine is running, the built in battery powered the device and hard drive when we stopped for gas and potty breaks and I didn’t have to worry about everything rebooting.

    I didn’t use a few of the features, like the Ethernet or MicroSD functionality, but I would assume those would also work as designed.

    The only thing I can think of that would be an improvement is if there was a way for the cover art to be displayed when looking at files.

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  2. 25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Phenomenal Device That Offers so Many Features!, October 31, 2014
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    Bob (US) –

    This review is from: [6-in-1] RAVPower FileHub Wireless N Portable Pocket Travel Router Wireless Micro SD TF Card Reader with Built-in 6000mAh External Battery Pack,Wireless USB,Wireless Flash,Mobile Storage Media Sharing, WLAN Hot Spot & NAS File Server (Black) (Personal Computers)
    The RavPower FileHub RP-WD02 is a really great multi-functional device. It is a six in one device that has the ability to act as a portable wireless router, micro SD card reader and writer, provide USB storage device access, act as a NAS File Server, Power Bank and Wi-Fi 2.4 GHZ 802.11b/g/n Hotspot. The RP-WD02 is the 2nd revision of RavPower’s FileHub. The first model which is currently still available on Amazon is the RP-WD01, there are some similarities between the two devices but the RP-WD02 seems to be an upgraded device with additional features.

    Main differences between the RavPower FileHub RP-WD02 and the older Ravpower FileHub RP-WD01:
    – 6000 mAh internal battery versus 3000 mAh internal battery in the previous model
    – Micro SD slot versus SD slot in the previous model
    – Ethernet port added to the newer model

    The best feature about the FileHub in my opinion is the ability to access and transfer files on storage devices wirelessly, whether it be from a micro SD card, flash drive or hard drive (portable or desktop). I have multiple devices both IOS and Android and it becomes time consuming to have to transfer devices from my computer to each device, with the FileHub I can just have the file on storage and access or transfer the file wirelessly via the FileHub. Not to mention up to 5 users can access files at the same time.

    Other Notable Features:
    – Six in One Device – Portable Wireless Router, micro SD card access, USB storage device access, NAS File Server, Power Bank and Wi-Fi 2.4 GHZ 802.11b/g/n Hotspot
    – Compatible with Android, MAC, Kindle, Windows and IOS devices (software can be downloaded from the RavPower Support website if needed)
    – Ability to read portable hard drives, flash drives and micro SD cards and act as a portable NAS. I have used flash drives from 2GB to 32GB, various sized micro SD cards and a 2 TB western digital portable hard drive all without issues.
    – Ability to transfer files between connected devices via the FileHub
    – Ability to be connected to the FileHub and still browse the internet – internet access pass through enabled via Wifi or LAN connection
    – 6000 mAh Power Bank (Input 5V1.6A and Output 5V1A) to recharge devices or power a portable hard drive
    – Ability to use any file explorer app that can make SAMBA/SMB connection to access the File Hub (Built-in Samba Service)
    – DLNA Service
    – No lag when accessing media from the FileHub
    – Solidly built, with dust caps to protect the ports
    – Ability to manage the FileHub via an app RavPower FileHub (IOS and Android) or via a web interface

    Current Limitations (possibly next firmware or model upgrade enhancements):
    – I prefer to still have the SD card slot versus the micro SD card slot. With an SD slot I could access both SD cards and micro SD cards with an adapter. With a micro SD cards I don’t have that backwards compatibility.
    – Does not come with a wall charger. A USB to micro USB cable is included and any USB charger should work to power or recharge the FileHub but I would have preferred if one was included.
    – I tested plugging in a USB HUB into the FileHub USB port to see if I could access both a Flash Drive and Portable Hard Drive at the same time. The FileHub was able to see both devices but I was only able to access one device, so it didn’t work as planned. Maybe in a future firmware upgrade this could capability could be added, as it seems like a software mounting limitation.

    Overall, this is by far the best investment to make for any media center or someone that works heavily on mobile devices. This product is so versatile and has so much potential to change how you do things and this review just barely touches on it. I would give it a try, you will be pleasantly surprised. If your picky on color it’s available in both white and black.

    I was provided a sample product for review and the review provided is my own.

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  3. 44 of 49 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very good quality device & app – highly recommend for microSD, July 29, 2014
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    This review is based on using the FileHub RP-WD02 mostly for accessing files on external storage. I tested some other features that I might use. I have not tried all its features, just those described in my review. For example, I did not (yet) try using it to charge a cell phone or tablet, etc. I did not try using a browser-based application to access it (supposedly can do this, such as with a laptop), only the free Apple & Kindle apps. Seems very good so far.

    This seems very well made & substantial, not cheap & flimsy (like a similar Kingston product I tried–MobileLite, which didn’t even work–wouldn’t read my USB). This is about 3″ x 2.75″ x .75″ in size. Not tiny, but fits in the palm of my hand. Heavier than some similar devices, but that’s a good thing. You open it and immediately think, “wow, this is a decent piece of electronics,” not “what junk.” It was also packaged well in its sturdy box.

    This has rubber flaps that cover the slots/ports, which gives some protection from dirt, etc. I like that a lot, though they might get torn off if you’re careless. The USB port was a little snug on my USB flash drive, but it wasn’t a problem (better than too loose to hold it). The power button is not covered or recessed, but not likely to get pressed by accident because of its position.

    I have used this with an iPad 2 and Kindles (Fire HD and Fire HDX), and the free FileHub apps for both are very good (& very similar). I was easily able to access files from my external storage, and on my device. I could xfer files between the external storage devices or between external storage and my tablets. The app lets you select one, select all, or select many files (or even an entire folder) to manipulate. You can also just view/open files or delete files. The app is a bit odd in that you have to go into “manage” mode to transfer or delete, but then get out of that mode to view. It just took a few minutes to get used to that. You can switch between working with files on the FileHub (those on your external storage devices) or files on your host device (e.g., iPad). Their app is much better than the app for the somewhat similar Kingston product (MobileLite). Remember that the FileHub lets you access your files; your mobile device and whatever apps you use on it are the ones actually opening/viewing/running files.

    I connected my Kindle and iPad to the FileHub simultaneously, and both were able to access the files on my external storage. You cannot xfer files directly between the mobile devices (tablets) using FileHub (they don’t “see” each other), but I could xfer from one mobile device to my USB drive and then from the USB drive to the other device. In the past, I’ve had to e-mail files to do that, or connect each device to my PC and move files that way (from iPad to PC, from PC to Kindle), which is a real pain (especially with iPad). I’m cautious about security, so I don’t use “cloud” storage, and this product makes it much easier to share files. But speaking of security…

    I LOVE that the wireless network the FileHub creates to talk to your device(s) has a password. So, someone else nearby in a hotel or coffee shop can’t just connect to it and view the files on your USB or microSD storage. I worried about that with a device like this, so I was very happy about the password. Theoretically, if someone saw “FileHub” in a list of wireless networks, they might use the app & try to access your file storage. But, they’d need the password. You can (and should!) change the password and the FileHub device name for security. The Kingston MobileLite does not seem to have any security.

    “Normal” operation is that you connect your mobile device to the FileHub via your wireless settings–you select the FileHub from the list of available wireless networks, instead of connecting your mobile device to an Internet wireless network. This lets your device communicate with FileHub, but not with the Internet. But, you can also then connect the FileHub to a regular WiFi network, so that your iPad (or whatever) can talk to the FileHub and access the Internet at the same time via the FileHub. That works fine.

    The FileHub WD02 also let’s you connect by Ethernet cable (RJ45) to a wired modem/router to set up your own little WiFi network for Internet access! This was easy & worked fine. This is great for traveling, since some hotels have only wired Internet in rooms (or really crappy WiFi), and devices like iPads & other tablets or phones have no wired capability. This will let me travel without a laptop.

    The wireless range was bigger than I expected. I went all over my house & never got out of range. (This makes me doubly glad for the password security.)

    This has decent documentation (unlike similar devices), for what it is. Not great, but much better than most these days. There are a few errors (e.g., a mislabeled diagram), but it was easy to figure…

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