- iPhone 4/4S/5, Galaxy S2, HTC Sensation 4G, etc
- 3.7 Volt
- 1 A
- 5200mAh (SamSung 18650 Battery Cell x2), Input Current: 1A, Output Current: 1A
- Portable Travel Router (AP/Router/Bridge)
-Works as advertised
-Does all individual tasks at once (drains battery faster)
-Feels very ridged
-Large battery capacity
-No larger versions available
-No solar panel
-Only came with it's USB to micro-USB cable (as advertised)
-No independent functions (only useful with other devices)
These are my initial thoughts, however, I am an avid reviewer. Should something go wrong with this device, I will update this review. If this isn't updated, then assume that my initial thoughts stand.
This device is small, about 1 inch thick, 1.5 inches wide and 4 inches long. I charged it immediately upon receipt and tried it out the following day. It created it's own network exactly as described in it's instructions, and I was able to easily connect to it. The integrated IP address interface is intuitive and easy to use, and has everything you need to fully use the device.
I purchased this for many reasons. For one, I don't like buying external batteries straight up, they have to have some extra function, e.g. a flashlight or a case. This device was a mobile NAS, which will be very, very useful for school group projects, and gaming with my friends.
The NAS function, as seen from the browser based IP connection, feels similar to the file transfer protocol that the Android OS's use. So, it's not bad, just not as easy to use as Windows Explorer.
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