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RAVPower RP-WD01 Wireless SD Card Reader, USB External HDD Reader 3000mAh External Battery & More! – XDA Developer TV
How many times have you been playing with your phone and your battery goes dead? Well in this day and age, you can pick up huge battery packs that will charge your device in no time. But sometimes you don’t need the battery, so carrying around a heavy battery pack isn’t always worth it. Well what if the battery you carried gave other functions.
In this episode, XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan takes some time to talk about a unique smartphone accessory: the RAVPower RP-WD01 5-in-1 device. This device is marketed as a Wireless SD Card Reader, a USB External HDD, SDD, USB Flash Disk Reader, 3000mAh External Battery Pack, NAS File Server, and WiFi Hotspot. Is this device a Jack of All Trades, but master of none? Check out this video to find out.
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Link to RAVPower RP-WD01 5-in-1 device
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