Connect dual 4K HDMI displays to a MacBook with HyperDrive 10-port hub

Connect dual 4K HDMI displays to a MacBook with HyperDrive 10-port hub


HyperDrive Viper offers dual 4K60Hz monitors and a whole lot more.
Make an office anywhere with the HyperDrive Viper, which has 10 ports including dual 4K60Hz.
Photo: Sanho Hyper

Sanho’s HyperDrive Viper can simultaneously connect a MacBook to two 4K displays at 60 Hz. And it has eight more ports, allowing a wide range of accessories to be accessed at once.

The USB-C hub launched Monday, as is available now.

HyperDrive Viper is a 10-in-2 multi-port adapter

The Viper has a slightly unusual design. It requires two USB-C connections to provide its full capabilities. And so there are two USB-C cables to connect the adapter to a computer. But the hub can also be used with just one connection, making it a nine-port adapter with a single functional HDMI port.

“HyperDrive Viper is designed with the MacBook Pro/Air in mind to be a compact, powerful dual video output USB-C Hub, and yet retain the versatility to work with just about any other USB-C device,” said Daniel Chin, CEO and founder of Hyper.

Beyond HDMI, the adapter includes a trio of USB-A (5 Gbps) ports, Gigabit Ethernet, and a 3.5mm audio jack. There’re also SD and microSD card readers. And a USB-C port with 60W Power Delivery.

All this goes into a casing that’s 5.7 inches by 1.9 in. by 0.6 in. (144 x 49 x 16 mm). It’s available in either a silver or space gray aluminum enclosure.

Sanho’s HyperDrive Viper costs $119.99. It’s available now at HyperShop, and is coming soon to other retailers.

Rival multi-port adapters capable of handling dual 4K monitors are relatively rare. The Satechi Aluminum Type-C Dual HDMI Adapter is one option. Another is the CalDigit Pro Dock.


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