HYPER is a fashionable line of mobile accessories that are manufactured by Sanho Corporation. HYPER is showcasing its HyperDrive – the world’s most compact, fastest 50Gb/s Thunderbolt 3 USB-C Hub for the 2016 MacBook Pro – at CES 2017.
HyperDrive is a unique Thunderbolt 3 USB-C dongle specifically designed for the 2016 MacBook Pro. It is the first dongle in the market to utilizes two Thunderbolt 3 USB-C ports on the MacBook Pro to deliver the fastest 50Gbps bandwidth across 7 ports (HDMI, Thunderbolt 3, USB-C, microSD, SD, 2 x USB 3.1), virtually restoring all the ports found on the previous 2015 MacBook Pro model.
The 50Gbps bandwidth allows all 7 ports to be used simultaneously, including connecting to a 5K Thunderbolt 3 Display and a 4K HDMI display at the same time. The Thunderbolt 3 port on the HyperDrive also supports up to 100W power delivery allowing the user to charge the MacBook Pro at full speed while using the HyperDrive.
The HyperDrive’s highly portable compact size allows the HyperDrive to attach to the side of the MacBook Pro without any cables or obstructions, allowing the user to always have access to all ports at all times without the need the need to carry multiple cumbersome dongles. The same HyperDrive works perfectly with both 13” and 15” 2016 MacBook Pro.
The expected retail price of HyperDrive is $99. HyperDrive is expected to ship in February 2017 (upon successful Kickstarter funding).
Visit HYPER at CES 2017 LVCC South Hall 4 Booth 35537.
Sanho Corporation, creator of the HYPER line of Apple and mobile accessories, has announced the availability of the HyperDrive USB Type-C Hub with the Mini DisplayPort support which allows the USB Type-C enabled 12” MacBook to connect to the Apple Thunderbolt Display and other Mini DisplayPort compatible displays (like the Apple LED Cinema Display).
HyperDrive is an adaptor that expands the single USB Type-C port on the new Apple 12” MacBook to 5 different ports including Mini DisplayPort, microSDXC, 2 x USB 2.0 and a USB Type-C port that supports pass through charging so that you can use the HyperDrive USB Type-C Hub and charge the MacBook at the same time.
Despite the number of ports, the HyperDrive USB Type-C Hub is very compact and as thin as the MacBook itself. It has been designed to stay flush with the MacBook. It comes in Gold, Space Gray, and Silver aluminum (so you can match it to your MacBook). The HyperDrive USB Type-C Hub acts like an extension of the MacBook, so you never have to take it off.
The HyperDrive USB Type-C Hub with Mini DisplayPort retails for a MSRP of $49.95 and is currently available.
HYPER has launched a new iPin laser pointer and wireless presenter product at CES 2015. There is also a Kickstarter for it. The laser pointers are for iPhone and Android.
The original iPin laser presenter is for iOS. It is the smallest laser pointer attachment for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This laser presenter is as tiny as a pin. It disappears almost entirely into the audio jack for the iOS device with almost no protruding parts. It comes with a free app that turns your iOS device into a laser pointer and wireless presenter.
The new iPin laser presenter is for Android. It connects to the micro USB port of compatible Android devices. Like the original iPin for iOS, it comes with a free app that can be downloaded from the Google Play store. The app turns your Android device into a laser pointer and wireless presenter.
Through the free iPin app, and a WiFi connection, you can transform your devices into a full featured presentation tool with intuitive gesture based controls. Use it to change presentation slides and move the mouse pointer on any Mac and PC computer.
There is also a BTtogo Bluetooth USB Dongle. This one is great for people who have to travel to different offices and make presentations. The dongle allows users to connect their iPin enabled device to any computer, regardless of the WiFi or firewall settings. The BTtogo features a USB connecter that plugs into any Mac or PC computer and connects to the iPin enabled iOS or Android device via Bluetooth – with no host software required and minimal set up. You can store your presentation files on a micro SD memory card and insert it into the BTtogo to run your presentation.
You can visit HYPER at Booth #5112 at LLVC North Hall (iLounge) at CES 2015.