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RAVPower FileHub AC750 Travel Router w/ SD Card Reader EXPIRED

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HooToo-US via Amazon has RAVPower FileHub AC750 Travel Router w/ SD Card Reader for $36.19 when you 'clip' the $3 off coupon located on the product page and apply promotion code PRIMEBEN at checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks smartysam

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  • Features wireless data transfer when you connect a external storage device (HDD/SSD) or SD Card. Has 300Mbps WiFi speeds on 2.4GHz band and up to 433Mbps on 5GHz.
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I was looking for a network drive travel router and came across this item. seems to be a very good device for Wireless Data Transfer and Backup, media share or travel router.

Get it for $39.99 (original $59.98):
1) clip $3 coupon available on the product page and
2) at checkout apply promo code PRIMERAV for additional 16.99 off

total will be 39.99 + tax + free shipping.

pls visit product page for more details.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...prod_image

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√ Connect a USB hard drive to your phones, tables, laptops.
√ Support to connect up to 5 phone tablet or laptops simultaneously.
√ Support up to 3TB hard drive.
√ 2.4GHz & 5.8 GHz dual band
√ Transmission speed: 12-18 MB/s
√ Upload your SD card-stored files to HDD without computer
√ Travel router, create a private network with family and friends
√ Samba 2.0, support Chromecast, Roku, and other DLNA devices

YMMV: Try coupon "primeben" to save couple more dollars instead primerav. Thanks Prateekjain184!

thanks,
Sam
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This router does not support VPN on the router. If you care about such things.
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Was gifted one before. Broke within 10 months. Rav refuse to warranty because its a gift no order number. Used it lightly during two short trips. Battery degrade so fast until it completely dead. Not recommend
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This is a great product - plug a USB drive with movies in to it and share them out on the built in wi-fi great for car/ plane traveling, also nice to back up the camera SD cards without a computer direct to external drive - I am going to pick up another at this price. Thanks OP!
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Was gifted one before. Broke within 10 months. Rav refuse to warranty because its a gift no order number. Used it lightly during two short trips. Battery degrade so fast until it completely dead. Not recommend
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I have owned this for 2+ years. It is a must have when traveling. I used it as a router connected to the hotel's Ethernet to share a faster and more secure WiFi. I used it on the plane to watch movies and shows saved on an SD card. Battery back up is smallish but it charges me up to 100% at least twice.
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This router does not support VPN on the router. If you care about such things.
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I have the older version of this and love it. Just used it on a cross country trip with my kids; served movies to their Kindles and as a router in the hotel. Can't recommend it enough, and I'm tempted to get the newer version even though I don't need it.
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I have the older version of this and love it. Just used it on a cross country trip with my kids; served movies to their Kindles and as a router in the hotel. Can't recommend it enough, and I'm tempted to get the newer version even though I don't need it.
Super interested in doing the same thing, what application did you use to actually serve the files to your kids Kindles?
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I've got the older version of this as well and it works great. I do a lot of street photography when I travel so this came in super handy every night. I would dump all of my memory cards onto an external 2TB drive and then have fresh cards ready to go for the morning.

The app is a little bit clunky but it works. Transfer speeds were perfectly fine for me. I used to bring my laptop with me on my trips but this has since replaced that. Its also great because it functions as a portable battery pack!

Great piece of kit to have in your bag if you travel and do a lot of shooting.
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Super interested in doing the same thing, what application did you use to actually serve the files to your kids Kindles?
The filehub app for Android is what we used. Not sure about iOS, I assume something similar. Worked to serve simultaneously to two Kindles, though it struggled with large (15Gb) files.
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heh, i bought this at full price, didnt realize i put it on the wrong card. so i returned it but never made the purchase again on the right card.

good thing i stalled lol. in 4 1.
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Was gifted one before. Broke within 10 months. Rav refuse to warranty because its a gift no order number. Used it lightly during two short trips. Battery degrade so fast until it completely dead. Not recommend
I have the older version and it lasted two months. I did some research and it's common for them to just stop working.
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40 bucks for this I think I would rather do everything this does plus lots more with a raspberry pi at 35$
I tend to agree. You could probably use OpenVPN and PiHole am I right?
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I tend to agree. You could probably use OpenVPN and PiHole am I right?
Yes all that stuff and instant switch different configurations by swapping microsd cards. Only thing different would be carrying a small battery pack or be tied to a wall.
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