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Wireless connectivity is amongst the most popular technologies right now so it's only natural to see it gain more ground over wired connectivity each day that goes by although currently we have to admit that it's nowhere close to the second. However much like with most "new" technologies that matters very little so most companies out there focus in manufacturing devices that have something to do with Wi-Fi and the amongst the very last products to hit the market are the wireless streamers like the Kingston MobileLite Wireless or the RaidSonic ICY BOX IB-WRP201SD. Not only do such devices allow consumers to wirelessly share files onto Wi-Fi compatible devices but they can also act as wireless range extenders and in some cases even as portable batteries (power banks). Well it seems that EasyAcc things this is a market they can also do well in and so today we will be taking a look at their Wi-Stor Wizard 4-1 Wireless Storage.
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EasyAcc may not be a large company like for example Kingston or even RaidSonic but after taking a quick look at its specifications sheet the Wi-Stor Wizard seems to have nothing to be jealous from the similar solutions we've reviewed by the two mentioned companies, at least features-wise (component quality is always a hoe different story). So this time over the device in our hands can be used as a Wireless Storage/Streamer, wireless access point and as a 8800mAh portable power bank. Data streaming can be done either via the build-in SD card slot or via a USB port but unfortunately (at least currently) as you will also see later on the Wi-Stor Wizard is unable to stream video to the connected devices something which we tried to bypass/fix with no luck. That being said the Wi-Stor Wizard can still be a very useful little device so let's see exactly what it's capable of.