HYPER's 7-in-2 Hub for MacBook Pro Now Available

Following a successful crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, accessory maker Hyper today announced that its HyperDrive Duo Pro hub is now available to purchase for use with 2016 and newer MacBook Pro models and 2018 and newer MacBook Air models.

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The form-fitting hub features a 7-in-2 design, meaning that it connects to both Thunderbolt ports on one side of a compatible MacBook and provides access to seven connectivity options, including an HDMI port (4K @ 60Hz), a Gigabit Ethernet port, a USB-C port with Thunderbolt 4 support and up to 100W Power Delivery, a USB-C port (5 Gbps), a USB-A port (5 Gbps), a microSD card slot (UHS-I), and a 3.5mm combo audio jack.

The HyperDrive Duo Pro is available in space gray or silver colors and can be ordered for $99.99 on Hyper's website. The hub comes with an extended USB-C adapter in the box that allows it to be used with other USB-C devices like the iPad Pro, Chromebooks, and more.

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Top Rated Comments

aknabi Avatar
28 months ago

Why would I want this? Pictured is the m1 pro. It already has HDMI and Ethernet and headphone jacks, why would I want two of these ports? Lol
Could you point out where the built-in Ethernet jack is on any post 2012 MacBook (any model) is?
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
icanhazmac Avatar
28 months ago
I can't ever see myself buying one of the "attached" hubs, it just looks like damage waiting to happen. I'll take mine with a cord please.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
vanillaspice Avatar
28 months ago
If you even think about sneezing in the next room, it'll get disconnected anyway.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
now i see it Avatar
28 months ago
Crowd funded 7 port mega hub. What possibly could go wrong?
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
nutmac Avatar
28 months ago

Why would I want this? Pictured is the m1 pro. It already has HDMI and Ethernet and headphone jacks, why would I want two of these ports? Lol
All I really want is a USB only hub, ideally with 3 USB-C (since it blocks one) and 2 USB-A ports.

This hub offers headphones jack because it blocks one of them.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
mcs117 Avatar
28 months ago

FWIW, I bought one of these during the kickstarter. It comes with a short USB-C cable so you can either use it in less-attached mode OR with an iPad Pro or other USB-C device. So far, I like it. It's solidly attached when in use, and not difficult to detach. My only wish is that the HDMI was bidirectional so I'd not have to drag my Camlink 4K along as well when recording video. However, I expect that was probably left out for cost reasons...

I'm using it on a 2018 MBP, the four-TB-only model, so it adds a bunch of functionality.

[GryphonMD]
I bought one too during the kickstarter (actually, bought 2) and I've had a pretty positive experience with it as well on my M1 Pro and also my wife's M1 Air. I'm not worried about it sticking out and it seems sturdy enough, and like you said there's a very short cable included if that's how you want to use it. But it works nice for having 2 HDMI monitors and easy USB-A connectivity, and my wife uses it more than I thought she would too. I get that it's not for everyone, but then... don't buy it. If you think you could use it, it seems well made and performs well enough for me.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)