Packaging & Overview
Each device is packaged similarly, white box, purple and black writing, with pictures of the device, and easy to read icons showing off the features. Every package includes the device, approrpiate USB cable (they all use a different style), and of course the device itself.
Wi-Reader Pro takes a page from Apple’s Macbook Pro color scheme. While it’s all silver, it isn’t aluminum, but that’s not a big deal. It is definitely the most stylish of the bunch. Four LEDs on top, first is if it is in charging mode, second is SD Card or USB in use, third is Wi-Fi, and fourth is power. The power indicator will turn to orange when the built-in battery is running low, otherwise it is green.SD Card slot and USB port are on the front, ethernet, micro USB and power switch hang out on the right side.
Wi-Reader’s style is closer to Travel Wi-Router, all white with grey writing on top. As far as ports go, everything is in the same place on Wi-Reader as it is on Wi-Reader Pro except for the power button. Wi-Reader’s power button is on the front by the SD Card and USB port. Wi-Reader also features four LEDs, all the same as Wi-Reader Pro.
Travel Wi-Router is perhaps the simplest design. Unlike both of Wi-Readers, Wi-Router’s ethernet port is on the bottom, its USB port and single LED indicator are on the left, while the right features a large cutout that can house an iPad charger. Wi-Router can utilize the iPad charger to power itself, or if you don’t have an iPad charger, Apotop has included a female to male USB cable that you can hook up to any USB port to power the device.
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