The HyperDrive Turntable Dock for iMac includes a 360-degree swivel mechanism that makes turning the computer a breeze. Plus, it has room for an SSD and 10 useful ports.
Hyper also unveiled on Monday the HyperDrive Thunderbolt 4 Power Hub, which combines a docking station and 100W computer charger.
Both are nominated for CES Innovation Awards.
HyperDrive Turntable Dock for iMac
Set a 24-inch iMac atop Hyper’s newly announced Turntable Dock, and you can easily adjust the direction the screen points. It makes for smoother collaboration with a co-worker, or adjusting viewing angles for conference calls and streaming.
But that’s just the start. It also features a built-in M.2 SATA/NVME SSD enclosure capable of providing up to 2TB of storage. This has a simple push-to-release feature, allowing anyone to install or remove SSD cards.
And the HyperDrive Turntable Dock for iMac includes an HDMI video port, a microSD/SD slot, a USB-C port and four USB-A ports.
The accessory will launch later in 2022 for $199.99.
HyperDrive Thunderbolt 4 Power Hub
With CES 2022 kicking off Wednesday, Hyper also took the wraps off the HyperDrive Thunderbolt 4 Power Hub, which includes three Thunderbolt 4 downstream ports. These are powerful enough for very high-speed data transfers or a 4K/60Hz display.
Docking stations with Thunderbolt often require hefty power bricks. Hyper’s uses GaN (gallium nitride) to be small enough to fit into the body of the hub itself.
Hyper did not announce a release date or price for the HyperDrive Thunderbolt 4 Power Hub. As noted, both it and the HyperDrive Turntable Dock for iMac racked up nominations for CES Innovation Awards.