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Around here, we're always looking for more juice. More battery life. Another AC outlet. Wireless charging, for the masses. We aren't quite living in "the future," but Sanho has been providing portable power for a long, long while. Now, the company's introducing a new product, the HyperJuice Plug. It's a colorful battery pack that claims to be the world's first 15,600mAh portable pack that can charge two iPads at the same time. It also includes a retractable wall plug, two USB sockets and a realistic price point. It'll distribute 15W of energy over two USB ports, always delivering the maximum required... Read more...
Sanho's HyperDrive lineup is expanding by one. The company has been producing special hard drives that are generally used as photo backup devices for some time now, with their latest fully compatible with the Apple iPad. If fact, it's called the second generation of the HyperDrive Hard Drive for iPad, which is said to be the only HDD that can connect directly to the iPad via Apple's first-party Camera Connection Kit. This one enables users to access up to 1TB of multi-media, which should be plenty for the average tablet user. Or so we hope! The good news here is that you don't have to Jailbreak... Read more...
Any Apple users remember Sanho? They're the ones who brought the HyperMac battery packs for Apple iDevices to market, and now they've come out with a product sporting a bit more mass appeal. It's called the HyperDrive, and it's the world's first (and naturally only) external hard drive that can plug directly into the iPad, no PC required. The HyperDrive adds up to 750GB of additional storage to supplement that suddenly paltry 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB of internal storage your stock iPad shipped with. That in itself is pretty rad, but the HyperDrive kicks it up a notch by including two memory card slots... Read more...
If you're a professional photographer, you probably can't afford to lose the images that currently reside on your Secure Digital or CompactFlash card. But backing things up on-the-fly can be incredibly difficult, not to mention time consuming. The answer? Aisde from buying a DSLR with dual memory card slots and capturing images to both at the same time, the HyperDrive Album is probably your best option.Sanho Corporation has just introduced what is effectively a portable hard drive, but it's designed with integrated SD/SDHC and CF slots, which enable photographers to simply push their loaded card... Read more...