The hub comes in two versions: a 3-in-1 version with two HDMI ports and a USB-C power supply connector for up to 100W of pass-through charging, and a 10-in-1 version with the same ports plus another. A 3.5mm headphone jack, USB-C, two USB-A ports, a Gigabit Ethernet connection, microSD and SD card slots, and a Gigabit Ethernet port are all included.
Hyper today announced the release of two new HyperDrive hubs that allow the 13-inch MacBook Air and MacBook Pro M1 models to connect to two 4K monitors through HDMI without the need for drivers in a plug-and-play fashion.
Note that on both hubs, one HDMI port supports 60Hz and the other is limited to 30Hz, which can be a deal breaker for some users.
Hyper says that both hubs provide dual 4K HDMI video output over a single USB-C connection to MacBook M1 models by using a combination of DisplayPort Alt Mode and SiliconMotion InstantView plug-and-play video technology. After connecting the hub to the Mac, users should open the HyperDisplay application that appears on the desktop.
Accessories maker Hyper today announced the launch of its new 6-in-1 hub for iPad models with a USB-C port, including the latest iPad Pro, iPad Air, and iPad mini. Key features of the hub include a form-fitting design and built-in media shortcut keys. The hub fits snugly around the flat edge of recent iPad models, providing access to play / pause, rewind, and fast-forward keys for audio.
The 3-in-1 hub is priced at $ 129.99 in the United States and is available from Hyper’s website, while the 10-in-1 hub costs $ 199.99.
In our latest exclusive sale, we’ve partnered with Hyper to offer our readers a 20 percent site-wide discount on the company’s website. This sale will run until Sunday April 18 and you must enter the coupon code HYPERUMORS at checkout to get the discount.