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RAVPower FileHub Plus, Wireless Travel Router, SD Card Reader USB Portable Hard Drive Companion, DLNA NAS Sharing Media Streamer 6000mAh External Battery Pack (Not a Hotspot)
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- Storage Backup: this RAVPower Filehub transfers files between sd cards, usb drives, hard disks and your devices (phone/tablet/computer) to free much more space up for your devices
- Wireless Router: instantly convert a wired network to wireless network. And bridge and extend WiFi, share internet securely with others (but it's NOT a hotspot and do not support VPN)
- Media Streamer & Sharer: seamlessly share with your families, friends and stream your videos, photos, and music on your connected smartphones, tablets, TVs, media players, Chromecast, Roku, and other DLNA devices, via App Filehub Plus
- SD Card USB Reader: wirelessly recognize USB flash drive, hard disk, SDHC, SDXC cards with your devices (phone/tablet/computer) via RAVPower Filehub plus APP, even more support with a usb hub
- Upgraded Chip & External Battery Packs: New MTK7620N core built-in chip, better performance in hardware & software. Built-in 6000mAh power bank (5V/1A) enables you to charge most of phones at least for once, without worries about low power
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Wireless Media Sharing
Wirelessly stream videos, share photos, or trade files with a secure local Wi-Fi network.
Easily convert a wired network into a wireless one. Supports PPPoE, static, and dynamic IP.
Extend the battery life of your smartphone or tablet with a 6000 mAh external battery charger.
AP Mode (Wired -> Wireless)
Plug in an Ethernet cable and it will take a wired signal and turn it wireless.
When connected to a DSL or cable modem, it works as a regular router.
Connects to an existing Wi-Fi network and broadcast it as a new wireless signal.
SD Card Reader
Allows you access your photos or videos from your SD/SDHX SDHC and share them wirelessly.
Connect to Google Chromecast, and play videos and music from your connected USB storage device through Chromecast to the big screen.
- Support Microsoft Windows NTFS FAT16/FAT32.
- Does not work with Mac formatted hard drive.
- Due to the limitation of the Apple iOS system, you can only access the Photos folder on your iPad.
- No app for Windows Phone OS.
RAVPower RP-WD03 FileHub is NEW upgraded Filehub Plus, 6000 mAh power bank, portable travel router, SD card USB reader and a media streamer.
1) Supporting to reading USB hard drives up to 4TB and SD/SDHC/SDXC cards up to 256GB.
2) Perfect for when you need to free up space for Android or iOS devices.
3) Up to 5 mobile devices can connect simultaneously allowing you to stream media from the SD or USB drives, or you can directly share files between two different storage devices.
4) As a portable router, you can turn any wired network and make it wireless, or connect it via a DSL or cable modem and it will act as a regular router.
5) Act as WiFi extender, If you connect it to an existing Wi-Fi network, you can share hotspot access with all your friends and families - perfect for hotels or places you each need to pay for internet access.
Please note: 1) Due to the limitation of the Apple iOS system, you can ONLY access the Photos folder on your iPad/iPhone; Filehub is currently unable to sync with media files stored in iTunes to USB storage devices due to digital rights management (DRM).
2) Does not work with Mac formatted hard drive.
Legal Disclaimer1. RP-WD03 cannot stream the media purchased from iTunes except DRM free medias due to digital rights management policy. 2. RP-WD03 supports SDHC, SDXC, FAT16/FAT32/NTFS flash drive and hard disk. (A firmware upgrade may be needed. For more information, please contact Ravpower Customer Service anytime)
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Originally I was looking at the HyperDrive Colorspace UDMA 3 as a way to transfer video and photo files from my SD cards to a hard drive without lugging a laptop on a trek at 18,000 feet; however, it is over five times the price of the FileHub and has a fixed amount of storage. I'm a filmmaker and use an Atomos Ninja Flame with my Panasonic GH4, so I have a bunch of fast SSDs lying around. All I really wanted was an ultralight and portable direct connection between my SD cards and an SSD to allow me to offload and view files. It appears that the FileHub Plus (along with my iPhone) will serve this purpose, with only a couple drawbacks. To clarify, I intend to use this device with the following workflow:
1- fill an SD card with photos/videos
2- plug the SD card in one side of the FileHub and a USB SSD dock into the other side
3- connect my iPhone to the device's WiFi and use the FileHub App to copy the SD card contents onto a solid state drive
4- confirm the transfer completed successfully
5- eject the SD card without clearing it, and archive it in another person's pack for redundancy (I will be bringing about 600GB of SDXC cards)
6- transfer select photos and videos from the SSD to my iPhone at my leisure
7- Open my favorite images in LR Mobile to edit and export as full-resolution social media updates while on the road
I'm using a Tenba Cable Duo 4 to store 2TB worth of SanDisk Extreme Pro SSDs (in a hard case), the FileHub, its charging cable, and an Atomos SSD dock -- everything needed for portable backup except the SD cards and my phone -- and it totals to a hefty 1.2 pounds!!! By comparison, my 13" MBP + charging cable (and nothing else) is 5.1lbs.
-File transfer seems to work with all of the formats used by my GH4 (**NOTE that you cannot seem to view RAW formats in the FileHub App, though they do show up as files just fine. Movie files do work, though the frame skipping while streaming on my phone very noticeable).
-The built in battery allows me to back up an SD card as soon as its full, wherever I am, even if my phone is dead.
-It is small and lightweight; this is a much more appealing option than bringing a laptop into the backcountry for the sole purpose of data backup.
-Compared to the Colorspace, I have expandable storage (i.e. I can bring however many internal style SSDs I want, and fill them sequentially)
-Cheap!!! Even without an SSD installed, the Colorspace and equivalent products are around $250
-Additional functionalities like being a WiFi router are a nice touch (though not a primary use for me)
-The app has a proprietary feel to it, and the occasional misspelled word within its interface is not very reassuring when you are depending on it.
-As I stated earlier, I cant seem to view RAW formats through the app (see update below about pairing with LR Mobile).
-Streaming video from the SSD is incredibly laggy with the built-in WiFi (though you can transfer the file to your mobile device, or use established WiFi to remedy this; I also found increasing the cache size helped significantly).
-Compared to the Colorspace, I am slightly more worried about long-term reliability and the fidelity of the backup (though there IS a 'failed transfers' menu, which gives me some semblance of peace of mind that it would alert you to an issue). Reliance on my phone to offload media is the point of failure that concerns me the most, as does the large price divide between the two products to some degree -- in my experience you get what you pay for.
TL;DR : This small cheap device plus a phone or tablet will allow you to transfer files between an SD card, a hard drive, and your phone/tablet in pretty much any way you desire, all while completely off-grid. Just don't expect to use it to screen dailies to a producer via internal WiFi streaming from your USB storage. As a means of replacing a computer for nothing more than file transfer when weight savings are a priority, look no further.
*UPDATE: Using the FileHub to transfer RAW files to my phone I have been able to successfully open and edit them in Lightroom Mobile, even with finicky Panasonic .RW2 files. I have not yet found a way to edit the .MOV clips on my phone, but I'm not sure my iPhone could handle 4k editing anyway, so that's fine for what I am trying to do.
The app: The app is very straight forward in my opinion. I tested it on ipads, android phones, a Windows laptop via Chrome browser, and an android tablet. I like that they have a Guest option and an Admin option for login. I use this to allow my boys access to age appropriate videos, and my wife and I access to the rest. This also prevents my boys from messing with the actual settings of the RAVPower, which can be done mostly through the app. Very handy. The only con in my opinion is that guests can delete videos.
Streaming: We pumped out 4 simultaneous streams without issue; all of us watching a different show of our choosing. I tried USB3 drives, USB2 drives, thumb drives, mechanical drives, SSD drives. All of them worked without issue. The app does cache a bit of the movie (configurable in the app up to 2GB) and I did notice that the 4th person to connect had a bit longer loading time, but we are talking a matter of 3 to 4 seconds more. Not long at all. I read somewhere that up to 5 simultaneous streams are supported. I hope to test this soon.
Types of vids: I was able to play .mp4, .mkv, and .avi without issue from within the app. Super easy. No more video conversions just to make a certain device happy.
Wireless Router: I wanted this for the video playback but the wireless router features is the icing on the cake. I was using a Verizon MiFi in the van before as a wireless router, but I couldn’t prevent my boys from traversing to the internet, not easily at least, which would use valuable data. With the RAVPower, my boys can use it as a wireless router to connect their ipads on the go and play LAN style games. When I want the RAVPower to have internet access, I can simply go into the app and connect the RAVPower to the Verizon MiFi. When we get to a hotel, I can connect the RAVPower to the hotel. No more walking around to multiple devices and connecting everyone individually. Very cool.
Battery: This is what makes this product a better fit for the van than anything else I have tried. My boys can turn it on at the beginning of a day out and the battery will keep it powered on every time the van is turned off. My van shuts off the charging ports 10 minutes after the key is pulled out of the ignition. This is great to prevent battery drain, but is hard on other solution that I have tried, such as a media streaming PC, when someone forgets to shut it down first. Since the RAVPower has its own battery backup essentially, it’s no longer an issue.
I highly recommend this product.
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