₹ 16,999.00 - ₹ 15,799.00
(as of Oct 28,2021 13:54:33 UTC – Details)
Designed to stand vertically for better heat dissipation and compact design takes less space on your desk
HYPERDRIVE GEN2 18 in 1 USB C DOCKING STATION / USB C HUB
Turns a single USB-C port on your USB C MacBook or mobile device into a USB-C multiport docking station / adapter with 18 ports.
HDMI (x2), VGA, DP Video ports
3.5mm jack, Coaxial, Optical Audio ports
USB A 3.2 (x2) + USB A 2.0(x2)
microSD / SD card reader
1 x Gigabit Ethernet port
USB C 3.2Gen2 data port (x1) +USB C Power delivey port (x1)
USB-A QC (Quick Charge) 3.0 18W
DC Power Port (20.5-21V required)
Take your Docking Station to the Next level
HyperDrive GEN2 is the next generation of USB-C Hub with 2X the speed and power of current 1st generation hubs. 2X video refresh rate (4K60Hz vs 4K30Hz), 2X USB speed (10Gbps vs 5Gbps), 3X memory card transfer speed (300MB/s vs 104MB/s) and 2X power delivery (100W vs 50W). With 18-ports, this is the ultimate USB C docking station for professionals.
Compatible With :
All MacBook Pro 13″ and 15″ USB C models released 2016 and later , MacBook Pro 16″
All MacBook Air 13″ and 15″ USB C models released 2018 and later
11″ and 12.9 ” iPad Pro 3rd Gen (released 2018) / iPad Pro 4th Gen (released 2020)
iMac (Retina 4K, 21.5-inch, 2017 and later) / iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2017 and later) / iMac Pro (2018)
Windows USB C laptops, Surface tablets, Chromebooks with USB C port
All MacBook Pro / Air models with M1 chip
GEN2 18 IN 1 IS THE ULTIMATE DOCKING STATION FOR YOUR MACBOOK / LAPTOP / PC
Designed to use with
MacBook / Laptops with USB C port
MacBook / Laptops / Tablets with USB C port
MacBook / Laptops / Tablets /Smartphones with USB C port
HDMI (x2) , DisplayPort, VGA
HDMI (x2) , DisplayPort
3.5mm Audio, Coaxial Audio, Toslink Audio
MicroSD / SD card reader
High Speed USB A 3.2 Gen2
High Speed USB C 3.2 Gen 2 Data port
USB C Pass Through Charging Port
USB A QC (Quick Charger) 3.0 port
18 in 1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND USAGE GUIDE
FULL FEATURE COMPATIBILITY
Computer devices having Thunderbolt 3 or USB C 3.2 Gen2 ports will have full feature compatibility. If your USB C device has USB 3.1 Gen 1/3.2 Gen 1 ports, it will work but not at full speed
2 X HDMI
Max video output resolutions upto 4K@60Hz (DSC 1.2) . If the source USB C laptop supports DisplayPort 1.4/HDMI 2.0 interface , max video output resolution from HyperDrive will be 4K@60Hz. If the source USB C laptop supports DisplayPort 1.2/HDMI 1.4 protocol , max video output resolution from HyperDrive will be 4K@30Hz.
DISPLAYPORT / VGA
DISPLAYPORT and VGA share the same video output so only one (DP or VGA) port can output video at any given time. If both are connected, DP will have priority over VGA
MULTIPLE DISPLAY EXTENSION
Upto 3 extended displays can be connected at the same time. MacOS supports SST (Single Stream Transport) so all external displays will show the same image at max 4K60Hz. PC Windows/ChromeOS supports MST (Multiple Stream Transfer) and will support 3 extended displays. 1 extended display will support max 4K60Hz. 2 extended displays will be max 4K30Hz + 4K30Hz. 3 extended displays will be max 4K30Hz + 4K30Hz + 1080p
1 x MICRO SD / 1 x SD
UHS-II SD 4.0 specification, backward compatible with previous SD specifications. Supports maximum read / write speed of 312 MB/s. Supports SDHC / SDXC memory cards upto 2TB. MicroSD and SD slots can read and write at the same time
3.5mm AUDIO JACK
4 pole (TRRS) stereo 384KHz , 32 bit maximum sampling rate . Supports 384KHz 32-bit microphone
DIGITAL COAXIAL AUDIO
SPDIF Interface : Max 96KHz / 24 bit output, 0.4V ~ 0.6V Vpp@50Ω load
OPTICAL TOSLINK AUDIO
Optical Fibre SPDIF Interface: Max 96KHz/24bit output, -21dBm ~ -15dBm light intensity output
Supports 10 Mbps / 100 Mbps / 1Gbps Half/Full duplex transmission
2 x USB A 10Gbps
Each USB A has Max Output Current of 900mA : If the source USB C laptop has Thunderbolt 3 or USB 3.2 Gen2 port, max data transfer rate will be 10Gbps through HyperDrive dual USB 3.2 Gen2 ports. The MacBook (non-Pro/Air) is only capable of USB 3.1 Gen 1, so it will not be able to utilize the GEN2’s 10Gbps speeds
2 x USB A 2.0
Sharing 480 Mbps bandwidth and 900mA power output
USB-A QC (Quick Charge) 3.0
Charging only. Port only works when USB-C hub is connected to PD charger or external power supply. Supports FCP and Quick Charge 2.0/3.0 5V/ 9V / 12V. Supports BC 1.2 DCP mode max 1.5A
1 x USB C 10Gbps
Max Output current of 1500mA : Max transfer speed of 10Gbps over Thunderbolt 3 USB C / USB C 3.2Gen 2 source computer device. 10Gbps bandwidth is shared between 1 x USB C and 2 x USB A ports
USB-C PD (POWER DELIVERY)
Maximum 100Watt Power Delivery. Connect to USB C PD adapter for power supply
USB-C COMPUTER PORT
Upstream Port. Connect to host device/ computer with supplied 100Watts / 10Gbps rated USB C to USB C cable. Supports DP 1.4 Alt Mode and 100Watts Power Delivery. PD power is dynamically adjusted according to use of other interfaces, max 100 Watts delivered when using 180 Watt external power supply
1 x DC 180W
Connect to optional 180W external power supply to provide maximum power to USB-C Hub and max 100 Watts charging to computer
Q. How do I find out if my device supports 4K60Hz?
A – These Apple devices support DisplayPort 1.4 and are capable of 4K60Hz
iPad Pro 11-inch (2018 and 2020) / iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd & 4th Generation) / MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2017 and later) / MacBook Pro (16-inch, 2019 and later) / iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2017 and later) / iMac (Retina 4K, 21.5-inch, 2017 and later) / iMac Pro (2018)
For Windows devices, the best way to find out is to reach out to the manufacturer of your device. They can provide detail based on the serial number of your device, as sometimes, even different versions of the same device can have different specs.
Q. Why can’t I charge my iPad Pro through my GEN2 Hub?
A- The HyperDrive GEN2 Hub requires a minimum of 15W power to operate. The standard iPad Pro charger is an 18W charger, meaning the Hub takes almost all the power. You will need a charger with a minimum of 30W power to charge the iPad Pro through the HyperDrive.
Due to the 18 Port GEN2 Hub needing a maximum of 55W, we suggest either using a minimum of 60W PD charger, or you can also use the 180W power adapter.
Q – Can HyperDrive’s HDMI port work with a VGA monitor using HDMI to VGA cable ?
A- NO, it won’t work with a VGA monitor. The HyperDrive HDMI port will work with a HDMI monitor only using direct HDMI to HDMI cable. Please make sure your Display is set to correct HDMI input source
Q. External HDD / Pendrive not getting detected when connected to USB A port of HyperDrive
A – USB storage device may not be having iPadOS / MacOS readable file storage format. Please change it to exFAT or any other compatible file storage format. (Note – Most of the new external HDDs ship with NTFS as default file storage format which is readable in MacOS but not readable in iPadOS)
Q. There is no video out to TV / monitor from my USB C laptop / smartphone / tablet using HDMI port of HyperDrive.
A- USB C devices must support Displayport Alt Mode (video out signal over USB C port) in order to transfer video to a monitor / TV using HDMI port of HyperDrive. If your USB C laptop / tablet / smartphone doesn’t support this protocol, no video signal will be transferred from your device to a TV/monitor through HyperDrive and therefore no video will be displayed on TV / monitor from your device
Q. Can we use any USB C cable for connecting GEN2 18 in 1 USB C hub to MacBook / PC ?
A- No, please ensure you are using the cable that comes with the Hub. This cable is underneath the black plastic that held the Hub in place. This has fixed a majority of connectivity issues with this Hub particularly. If you have lost this cable, you can either get a USB-C cable that supports 10Gbps, 100W power, and DisplayPort 1.4/HDMI 2.0
Q.Having connectivity or video issues issues using HyperDrive on Windows?
A-To troubleshoot most Windows USB connectivity issues, you can try uninstalling the drivers for USB. They get automatically reinstalled once the computer reboots.
To do so, open Device Manager. You can do that by pressing Windows Key + X and choosing Device Manager from the list. Locate the device driver (under Universal Serial Bus controllers) and right-click the ones regarding to USB Hubs. Choose Uninstall device to remove the driver.
Once you uninstall the drivers, power cycle your device.
Q. Why can’t I get 4K60Hz?
A – USB-C devices rely on the DisplayPort protocol for display over USB-C, allowing DisplayPort, HDMI, and other display options to be displayed over USB-C. Devices can be DisplayPort 1.2 or DisplayPort 1.4.
When the HyperDrive Gen2 USB-C Hub is connected to a computer, it will occupy 2 lanes for USB 3.2 signal to support USB-A/LAN/card slots, leaving out 2 lanes for video. If the computer has a DP 1.2 USB-C port, the 2 lanes can only support up to 4K 30Hz. If it is a DP 1.4 USB-C port, the 2 lanes can deliver 4K60Hz.
Q. Having connectivity, charging, or video issues using HyperDrive on your MacBook?
A – Resetting your Mac System Management Controller (SMC) and/or the Mac PRAM/NVRAM can be a solution. This is sometimes necessary to restore normal lower level system functionality to your Mac, particularly for power and hardware related troubles. Please check HyperDrive Knowledge Base / HYPER Support forum for more information on how to resolve these issues.
18 in 1 Docking station ensures you can connect multiple devices to your USB C laptop, tablets at the same time such as multiple monitors, audio amplifiers, keyboard, mouse, memory card, earphones, ethernet and more
3 Types of Video Output Ports (2 x HDMI , 1 x VGA , 1 x DP) and supporting video output resolutions upto 4K@60Hz
4 Types of Audio Output Ports (1 x Coaxial, 1 x SPDIF, 1 x Toslink Optical Fibre, 1 x 3.5mm Audio jack).Perfect for audio professionals with high fidelity digital coxial and optical fiber toslink input/output
2nd Gen USB C / USB A 3.2 ports with transfer speeds upto 10 Gbps and upto 300 MB/s transfer speeds over UHS – II MicroSD / SD cards