HooToo TripMate SITH Wireless Router NAS AP Battery Pack Review

Get WiFi, Extra Battery Power, and Network Storage with This One Small Device

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Takeaway: Works great as a battery pack, NAS, and WiFi extender too!

I have to say that the best feature about this device is that it looks cool sitting on your desk, but it works great as a battery pack, NAS, and WiFi extender too!

I have, now, a whole slew of battery packs: some flat like a portable hard drives, others cylindrical like lipstick, and still others odd rounded bricks and the one thing that they all have in common is that they only do one thing - charge my devices while looking very plain. With the SITH I get battery power, style and more. Now, not only can I charge my devices, but I can stream music, video and other files from a USB drive or memory stick... at the same time! I love this feature because my phone, oddly, doesn't have a memory card slot, which means I'm limited to 32GB of storage. That doesn't leave a lot of room for music, photos or media but now I can get those on my phone and other devices straight from my USB hard drive wirelessly. The plug and play setup couldn't be easier.

Or, if I don't need network attached storage, this handy gadget can turn an Ethernet connection into a private/secure wireless one that I can share. Or it can create a separate wireless connection off an existing one complete with a different network name, and password credentials. It does everything a router does but it fits in your pocket. Is it a bit chunky? Yes. But it's no less bulky then the 13000 mAh battery pack I've been carrying around already (it weighs about 9 oz). For someone who's always on the go, it's the one travel gadget that I didn't know I needed that now I take everywhere.

Buy it at Amazon: HooToo TripMate SITH Wireless Router NAS AP Battery Pack [Affiliate Link]

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