CES 2022: Hyper Announces 360-Degree Swivel Dock for 24-Inch iMac and More

Accessory maker Hyper today announced the release of a new turntable dock for the 24-inch iMac featuring a 360-degree swivel mechanism, making it easy to turn the screen towards a customer or coworker in an office or adjust your view on a video call.

hyper turntable dock imac
The dock, nominated for a CES 2022 Innovation Award, also features a built-in SSD enclosure (M.2 SATA/NVMe) with a simple push-to-release mechanism and support for up to 2TB of storage, along with nine connectivity options, including one HDMI port, SD and microSD card slots, one USB-C port, four USB-A ports, and power in.

Priced at $199.99, the dock is available in a silver and white finish and will be available to order on Hyper's website starting today.

Hyper also announced what it claims is the world's first Thunderbolt 4 hub with an integrated 100-watt GaN power supply. The hub features one Thunderbolt 4 upstream port for connecting to and charging Thunderbolt-equipped computers like Macs, while three Thunderbolt 4 downstream ports provide up to 40 Gbps of total bandwidth and support for connecting dual 4K displays at 60Hz or a single 8K display at 30Hz.

hyper thunderbolt 4 hub GaN
"Up to now, Thunderbolt 4 hubs included a large external power brick often larger than the hub itself," said Hyper president Daniel Chin. "By integrating the latest GaN technology into HyperDrive, Hyper has eliminated the large power brick and come up with a single hub and charger device for improved portability and a cleaner workspace aesthetic."

With support for USB-C Power Delivery, the hub also provides up to 96W of pass-through charging to the host computer, which is suitable for the 14-inch MacBook Pro.

Pricing and availability for the hub was not disclosed, with customers able to sign up on Hyper's website to be notified when more information is available.

Top Rated Comments

AngerDanger Avatar
30 months ago

Oh how ugly it is!
Just print out a picture of the original stand and tape it below the screen. Problem solved.



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Score: 14 Votes (Like | Disagree)
fluxtransistor Avatar
30 months ago

Third-party company announce product to fix Apple iMac stingy port offering. Apple, can you back to making useful iMacs please. Apple now expects us to get an iMac Pro to get a semi-normal port selection? Greed alive and well in Cupertino.

P.S. Stop making iMacs so thin, making instead a better computer. Thicker with more room for much better built-in speakers, more ports and better airflow.
Exactly! I can't believe the M1 iMac doesn't have FireWire 400 anymore. Technology is useless these days.
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Mac Fly (film) Avatar
30 months ago
Third-party company announce product to fix Apple iMac stingy port offering. Apple, can you go back to making useful iMacs please. Apple now expects us to get an iMac Pro to get a semi-normal port selection? Greed alive and well in Cupertino.

P.S. Stop making iMacs so thin, make instead a better computer. Thicker with more room for much better built-in speakers, more ports and better airflow. You messed up your keyboards for four years, let's not repeat the same mistake on iMac.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
MacLoveMacHate Avatar
30 months ago
Apple designers cringing at how useable this is
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
satchmo Avatar
30 months ago

Oh how ugly it is!
Yep. Nice idea, but terrible execution.

At least make the turntable top stainless steel in colour.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
mastercheif91 Avatar
30 months ago
Don't buy anything from Hyper. Their products do not have UL certification and are prone to melting themselves to death. See the comments on the Kickstater for their latest charger: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/hypershop/hyperjuice-stackable-gan-charger-65w-and-100w-usb-c/comments
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