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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.