HyperDrive adapter transforms two USB type-C the new MacBook Pro to HDMI, USB 3.0, USB-C and a slot for SD/microSD
The latest generation of MacBook Pro is equipped with a purely USB ports a-C with support of Thunderbolt 3. This means that to connect almost any commercially available devices have to use costly adapters, or adapter cables. In addition to the need to buy it all, this fact is fraught with a jumble of everything on the desktop, which is also a positive aspect to not be named.
MacBook Pro 2015 (left) and the new MacBook Pro with HyperDrive
The company Hyper has offered a simple solution in the form of a Compact Thunderbolt adapter HyperDrive 3. The device will greatly expand the possibilities of portable computers in the matter of connecting peripherals and various devices.
The docking station is connected to a pair of USB-C port on the left side of the laptop features two USB 3.0 ports, a couple USB C. 3, HDMI and microSD card slots, and SD.
By connecting to two USB-C the new product provides a throughput of 45 GB/s. As the developers of HyperDrive is 9 times faster than most USB adapters-C using USB 3.0 (Gbps).
The cost of the docking station at the stage of collecting pre-orders on Kickstarter is only $49, and in sale the device will appear for $99. The company Hyper has collected funds for the release of the HyperDrive in a matter of days.