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RAVPower FileHub Travel Router AC750 / Wireless SD Card Reader / Portable NAS / 6700mAh Battery - £31.29 @ Sunvalleytek/Amazon
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RAVPower FileHub Travel Router AC750 / Wireless SD Card Reader / Portable NAS / 6700mAh Battery - £31.29 @ Sunvalleytek/Amazon

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Posted 29th Jan

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Think it's the lowest price. £5 voucher needs to be applied.

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Features & details

  • [Wireless Data Transfer and Backup Anywhere] Connect SD cards, portable hard drive, SSD wirelessly to your devices (Phone, iPad, iPad Pro, Tablet, Laptop) for not only stream music, photos, videos, browse documents but also transfer files mutually between SD Card, SSD/HDD and your device. Please long press the switch until the WiFi LED light turn on to connect it

  • [AC750 Wireless Travel Router] Upgraded with 300Mbps Wi-Fi speed on 2.4GHz band and up to 433 Mbps on 5GHz. Instantly convert a wired network to private and share Internet access with multiple Wi-Fi devices via AP Mode/Router Mode/Bridge(Not Support VPN )

  • [One Key Backup] Upload your SD card-stored photos or video to your hard disk or flash drive easily with 12-18 MB/s on Data Transfer Speed without computer

  • [Media Share & Personal Cloud] 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 or Web.(5 device allowed)

  • [Wireless Free Up Your Devices' Storage] Automatically back up your latest photos and videos to attached SD Card or HDD directly through our RAVPower FileHub via in-app camera. (Please make sure you have connect the wifi of RP-WD009 in 10 metres)
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This is a really good price for this. We did a review on the previous version of this and it performed really well so i expect this one to be better and at this price it's a bargain. If you've got no idea what this device does then you're welcome to check out our review and see if it's something that you feel you need in your life
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OMD!!!, that's a stonking goooood price for this OP ...

Nice one. :-D

I have this already, but, just need to figure out what to use it for now?, lol. :-)
I’ve got the older version which the kids use to stream movies from USB sticks when we are on holiday.

Is it worth upgrading to the new version?
amour3k29/01/2020 07:36

OMD!!!, that's a stonking goooood price for this OP ...Nice one. :-DI have …OMD!!!, that's a stonking goooood price for this OP ...Nice one. :-DI have this already, but, just need to figure out what to use it for now?, lol. :-)


I got mine from the previous deal and it's still in the box...waiting for my next holidays hukd have just one little bad point and it's called impulse buying
since this is wireless,how does it work with your curent wireless set up? I have BT discs and just wondered how it works. it doesnt put out its own SSID does it? DO you just attach it to the current one
This is a really good price for this. We did a review on the previous version of this and it performed really well so i expect this one to be better and at this price it's a bargain. If you've got no idea what this device does then you're welcome to check out our review and see if it's something that you feel you need in your life
andyhhhdx29/01/2020 09:36

This is a really good price for this. We did a review on the previous …This is a really good price for this. We did a review on the previous version of this and it performed really well so i expect this one to be better and at this price it's a bargain. If you've got no idea what this device does then you're welcome to check out our review and see if it's something that you feel you need in your life [Video]


I have that one and it works for all my needs.
Would I really need to jump at this one??
I would say that if yours is doing everything that you need it to then i wouldn't see any reason to jump at this one. The new one has faster wireless believe but if yours works for what you need, then stick with that one
£5 voucher no longer seems to be available
Was an awesome price, nice spot OP - shame expired now
andyhhhdx29/01/2020 09:36

This is a really good price for this. We did a review on the previous …This is a really good price for this. We did a review on the previous version of this and it performed really well so i expect this one to be better and at this price it's a bargain. If you've got no idea what this device does then you're welcome to check out our review and see if it's something that you feel you need in your life [Video]



Yow sound lowcul to me mayte! Good review.
omarlilyo29/01/2020 12:00

Yow sound lowcul to me mayte! Good review.


lol, i understand every word of that I actually try my best to lose the accent too, i guess it's not working
This is a reasonable price but I think the GL-MT300N is a better bet. It has the same 580Mhz processor as the RAVPower but has double the flash RAM (16Mb) and four times the storage (128Mb) which helps for running openwrt (if desired) and getting a decent performance running a VPN client.

Obviously the GLiNET one doesn't have a built in battery but will run happily from any external battery bank plugged into its power socket. You then have the flexibility of using the power bank for whatever you want rather than being dedicated to the router.
Noeldude29/01/2020 15:55

This is a reasonable price but I think the GL-MT300N is a better bet. It …This is a reasonable price but I think the GL-MT300N is a better bet. It has the same 580Mhz processor as the RAVPower but has double the flash RAM (16Mb) and four times the storage (128Mb) which helps for running openwrt (if desired) and getting a decent performance running a VPN client.Obviously the GLiNET one doesn't have a built in battery but will run happily from any external battery bank plugged into its power socket. You then have the flexibility of using the power bank for whatever you want rather than being dedicated to the router.


Spot on. I am a huge fan of Gl.iNet and have one in my pocket wherever I travel. Recent added benefits are support for Wiregurad and the fantastically easy implementation of Site2site access rendering my £150 AmpliFi teleport completely useless.
Noeldude29/01/2020 15:55

This is a reasonable price but I think the GL-MT300N is a better bet. It …This is a reasonable price but I think the GL-MT300N is a better bet. It has the same 580Mhz processor as the RAVPower but has double the flash RAM (16Mb) and four times the storage (128Mb) which helps for running openwrt (if desired) and getting a decent performance running a VPN client.Obviously the GLiNET one doesn't have a built in battery but will run happily from any external battery bank plugged into its power socket. You then have the flexibility of using the power bank for whatever you want rather than being dedicated to the router.


Thanks for the rec - would I be able to use this to make my portable WD drive into a NAS, and keep my virgin router and tenda mesh for normal internet?
marmot01/02/2020 11:39

Thanks for the rec - would I be able to use this to make my portable WD …Thanks for the rec - would I be able to use this to make my portable WD drive into a NAS, and keep my virgin router and tenda mesh for normal internet?


Yes, and yes again.

Both the OP's RAVPower FileHub + the Gl.iNet, create their own little wi-fi hotspots of themselves, etc, so in theory, you can.

Though you'd need to connect a decent enough power bank, and/or power supply combination to BOTH the Gl.iNet and portable HDD, as neither of them have internal power capabilities of their own, or whatever?.

Whereas the RAVPower FikeHub has a built-in internal power source, so can technically power both itself + power the portable HDD at same time, etc etc etc ...
amour3k03/02/2020 04:37

Though you'd need to connect a decent enough power bank, and/or power …Though you'd need to connect a decent enough power bank, and/or power supply combination to BOTH the Gl.iNet and portable HDD, as neither of them have internal power capabilities of their own, or whatever?.


The GLINET runs very lean (typically 0.2A) so pretty much any power source will do it including a power bank. A micro USB splitter on your portable HDD would likely work too.

The MT300N has a built in samba client so can dish out media from it's USB port to whatever is connected to it no problem. I typically carry plug a128gb USB stick into it when travelling and watch downloaded films etc from a firestick connected to the Gl.iNet. Handy if there's poor Internet and you can't rely on streaming.
My HDD is a WD my passport ultra so does need power. Do you think it’d work with the gl.inet? Safer with the ravpower?
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