RAVPower FileHub - Travel Router / Wireless SD Card Reader / Portable NAS 6700mAh Battery £36.25 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and FBA
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RAVPower FileHub - Travel Router / Wireless SD Card Reader / Portable NAS 6700mAh Battery £36.25 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and FBA

£36.25£57.9937%Amazon Deals
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Posted 11th Jul
I think this is an all time low now by £3.74 using a couple of stackable discounts together.
To get this price, redeem the voucher in the promo drop down and select the 5% off voucher just below the price on the product page.

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  • [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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I can't think of a specific reason I need one, but I want this!
lucifon11/07/2019 10:00

I'm a pretty techy person but I'm struggling to even figure out a usecase …I'm a pretty techy person but I'm struggling to even figure out a usecase for this thing. Was of the belief a travel router exists to use with SIM to provide a WiFi network when traveling. But an ethernet port...?


There are hotels around the world that still only provide Ethernet or their WiFi is near useless and Ethernet is an option. I have a similar device and it’s very handy to setup in your room and provide internet to all devices.
lucifon11/07/2019 10:00

I'm a pretty techy person but I'm struggling to even figure out a usecase …I'm a pretty techy person but I'm struggling to even figure out a usecase for this thing. Was of the belief a travel router exists to use with SIM to provide a WiFi network when traveling. But an ethernet port...?


Also, some hotels limit you to one WiFi device per room, this router can act as that device and set up a separate private WiFi network to allow all your devices to get online.

It’s also great as a signal booster. Join it to the network, place it in an area with a good signal and you’re good to go.
A lot of folks here missing the point of these. Consider them a portable WIFI Internet AP whilst offering a portable NAS at the same time. Beauty is you connect your phone/tablet to this and you're listening to streamed music/ video whilst still able to use the WIFI Internet.

Used all 3 of mine loads over the years. Got all 3 previous generations to this one. Great portable battery too. I'd be tempted but 4 is probably too many
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I can't think of a specific reason I need one, but I want this!
Great price
I have been after one
Thanks OP
I'm a pretty techy person but I'm struggling to even figure out a usecase for this thing. Was of the belief a travel router exists to use with SIM to provide a WiFi network when traveling. But an ethernet port...?
lucifon11/07/2019 10:00

I'm a pretty techy person but I'm struggling to even figure out a usecase …I'm a pretty techy person but I'm struggling to even figure out a usecase for this thing. Was of the belief a travel router exists to use with SIM to provide a WiFi network when traveling. But an ethernet port...?


The Ethernet port for the hotel room?
lucifon11/07/2019 10:00

I'm a pretty techy person but I'm struggling to even figure out a usecase …I'm a pretty techy person but I'm struggling to even figure out a usecase for this thing. Was of the belief a travel router exists to use with SIM to provide a WiFi network when traveling. But an ethernet port...?


There are hotels around the world that still only provide Ethernet or their WiFi is near useless and Ethernet is an option. I have a similar device and it’s very handy to setup in your room and provide internet to all devices.
lucifon11/07/2019 10:00

I'm a pretty techy person but I'm struggling to even figure out a usecase …I'm a pretty techy person but I'm struggling to even figure out a usecase for this thing. Was of the belief a travel router exists to use with SIM to provide a WiFi network when traveling. But an ethernet port...?


Also, some hotels limit you to one WiFi device per room, this router can act as that device and set up a separate private WiFi network to allow all your devices to get online.

It’s also great as a signal booster. Join it to the network, place it in an area with a good signal and you’re good to go.
also great for Ipad or Oculus Go/Quest media storage.
stuellis11/07/2019 10:11

There are hotels around the world that still only provide Ethernet or …There are hotels around the world that still only provide Ethernet or their WiFi is near useless and Ethernet is an option. I have a similar device and it’s very handy to setup in your room and provide internet to all devices.


I've been in plenty of hotels that the wifi is completely useless and hotels that limit you to one device. But never a hotel with a Ethernet connection, or am I looking wrong. This looks handy for me and I'm trying to talk myself out of buying it
STRICKIBHOY11/07/2019 10:27

I've been in plenty of hotels that the wifi is completely useless and …I've been in plenty of hotels that the wifi is completely useless and hotels that limit you to one device. But never a hotel with a Ethernet connection, or am I looking wrong. This looks handy for me and I'm trying to talk myself out of buying it


The ones I remember they provide an Ethernet socket and no cable but I have my own. The socket is usually located next to the power socket closest to any desk in the room. You could easily miss it if not looking for it. Some don’t have them but they tend to be the hotels that have invested in decent a WiFi.
stuellis11/07/2019 10:11

There are hotels around the world that still only provide Ethernet or …There are hotels around the world that still only provide Ethernet or their WiFi is near useless and Ethernet is an option. I have a similar device and it’s very handy to setup in your room and provide internet to all devices.


Huh, interesting. Can't say I've ever seen that these days. Seen it in a few UK travel lodge style hotels at the desk but not abroad. Feel like a SIM supported travel router is surely something which reaches a broader market.

The product description seems to lean heavily into it basically being a networked mini media storage but iOS is about to remove that (ridiculous) restriction in a few months for plugging in file storage directly to the device.
I use the older version for backing up SD cards from my video camera to a stick or USB powered harddrive without the need to lug my laptop around.
superb device. was sceptical myself. but plugged 400gb sd card (50gbp +-) and have endless video/music library i can watch from laptop/ipad/android phone during travels/commute. on top can charge the phone on the go. add use of signal repeater on holidays.
another use was ability to import videos/pics directly into iphone library - found it quickest way to share drone videos or SLR from sd cards.
one of the best unexpected buys
Bought it ! Thanks OP
A lot of folks here missing the point of these. Consider them a portable WIFI Internet AP whilst offering a portable NAS at the same time. Beauty is you connect your phone/tablet to this and you're listening to streamed music/ video whilst still able to use the WIFI Internet.

Used all 3 of mine loads over the years. Got all 3 previous generations to this one. Great portable battery too. I'd be tempted but 4 is probably too many
If I stick a huawei E8278 mobile dongle will this RAWpower share its internet throughout ethernet,officially or with some tinkering?
italondonistaavataurino11/07/2019 16:51

If I stick a huawei E8278 mobile dongle will this RAWpower share its …If I stick a huawei E8278 mobile dongle will this RAWpower share its internet throughout ethernet,officially or with some tinkering?


It seems not
I'm not getting the stackable code for some reason?
Ordered this morning, arrived a hour ago & won't even switch on as the battery is flaaaaat
Here's a question, say you download Netflix offline to an SD card and plugged it into this, could all devices connected watch Netflix from this?
Update - finally charged this morning but got it online last night. Still to test the option it has but only got it to see 2.4 network not 5 side of my router.
These are awesome, used on holiday to share a chromecast and a Yihome camera as a baby monitor plus sharing films via USB
Use in the car so kids can watch stuff on their tablets, saves loading the videos directly onto 2 tabs. Plus can then use ourselves when away.
Does anyone know whether:

1. The Wi-Fi network can be configured to WPA2-Enterprise?
2. Whether the Ethernet port can be used as a LAN port e.g. instead of using it in WAN mode to connect to the hotel Ethernet, use it to connect your laptop to the Ethernet port while it’s connected to the hotel Wi-Fi on the WAN side?

I’m thinking this could potentially be useful for travelling with my work laptop, which does not allow WPA2-PSK connectivity.
Edited by: "TechBB" 12th Jul
Would it work for 4g or 5g specific?
I’ve got the older version of this. It’s pretty handy if you have an iPad and iPhone and want to stream movies etc or hook up to any external hard drive for the back up of photos.

It is pretty niche in terms of its use case, but it was a life saving when on holiday. Allowed me to back up all my photos from my camera to an external hard drive.

They work well.
Thanks for the spot. Been waiting for it to come on offer again. Love my wee HooToo Nano Tripmate but this having the built in power bank and SD card slot is a big bonus.
lucifon11/07/2019 10:00

I'm a pretty techy person but I'm struggling to even figure out a usecase …I'm a pretty techy person but I'm struggling to even figure out a usecase for this thing. Was of the belief a travel router exists to use with SIM to provide a WiFi network when traveling. But an ethernet port...?


I have one. It’s probably the most useful thing I carry with me when going abroad. A sim one would require me to buy a sim every time I’m in a country and that can be a pretty arduous task in some Middle Eastern countries. I think you need to reconsider how techy you are.
Anyone aware if possible to hack it in order to have the 3g/4g internet sharing implemented?I mean, any custom firmware?It's like the AC 750 portable router on steroids after all, it must be a way..sure they didn't want to cannibalise their sales but if any hack would make the USB recognising internet dongle then this would be the dreaming device I was waiting for
johnmcdon12/07/2019 09:21

I have one. It’s probably the most useful thing I carry with me when going …I have one. It’s probably the most useful thing I carry with me when going abroad. A sim one would require me to buy a sim every time I’m in a country and that can be a pretty arduous task in some Middle Eastern countries. I think you need to reconsider how techy you are.


Well I've never visited Middle Eastern countries so there you go

I travel a fair bit but mostly just around Europe and shorter flights. It's probably why I've never come across the need for this, but it's interesting to hear the use cases!
italondonistaavataurino12/07/2019 09:25

Anyone aware if possible to hack it in order to have the 3g/4g internet …Anyone aware if possible to hack it in order to have the 3g/4g internet sharing implemented?I mean, any custom firmware?It's like the AC 750 portable router on steroids after all, it must be a way..sure they didn't want to cannibalise their sales but if any hack would make the USB recognising internet dongle then this would be the dreaming device I was waiting for


I confused the AC 750 from Tp-link,anyway,my question still stands, any hack?
woster12/07/2019 05:21

Here's a question, say you download Netflix offline to an SD card and …Here's a question, say you download Netflix offline to an SD card and plugged it into this, could all devices connected watch Netflix from this?


Yes but not sure about Netflix files
Arsenal01201912/07/2019 09:38

Yes but not sure about Netflix files


Yeah that's why I'm asking. I assume they're smart enough to stop this from happening
genty198812/07/2019 09:15

I’ve got the older version of this. It’s pretty handy if you have an iPad a …I’ve got the older version of this. It’s pretty handy if you have an iPad and iPhone and want to stream movies etc or hook up to any external hard drive for the back up of photos. It is pretty niche in terms of its use case, but it was a life saving when on holiday. Allowed me to back up all my photos from my camera to an external hard drive. They work well.


Absolutely agree - the old version was great and I am really tempted to get this simply as it now allows automatic SD to USB HDD at the press of a button, as opposed to using the app.
I have the RAV Power Filehub Plus, is this OP a newer or older model?
woster12/07/2019 05:21

Here's a question, say you download Netflix offline to an SD card and …Here's a question, say you download Netflix offline to an SD card and plugged it into this, could all devices connected watch Netflix from this?


Someone asked the same question on Amazon. Only one reply but not from the seller but the person who replied said you can.
yiu12/07/2019 10:05

I have the RAV Power Filehub Plus, is this OP a newer or older model?



I believe it’s the newer one.
igvod188612/07/2019 09:48

Absolutely agree - the old version was great and I am really tempted to …Absolutely agree - the old version was great and I am really tempted to get this simply as it now allows automatic SD to USB HDD at the press of a button, as opposed to using the app.


Ah that’s a nice touch as the app is a little clunky and buggy.
longmover11/07/2019 10:23

Also, some hotels limit you to one WiFi device per room, this router can …Also, some hotels limit you to one WiFi device per room, this router can act as that device and set up a separate private WiFi network to allow all your devices to get online.It’s also great as a signal booster. Join it to the network, place it in an area with a good signal and you’re good to go.


Could I use is as a permanent signal booster for the upstairs of my house?
Mike_HUKD12/07/2019 10:24

Could I use is as a permanent signal booster for the upstairs of my house?


Technically yes but it would be on a different wireless network so not ideal. Also, as it has a built in battery you’ll be constantly charging it which again is not ideal, mainly for the battery health and associated risk of it failing.

I think there is a version without a battery but again you’d still have to set up a separate WiFi network, you’d be better off with a dedicated WiFi repeater in my opinion.
Device is far better than software that operates it.
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