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HyperMac will now be called HyperJuice

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on November 1st, 2010

You might remember that HyperMac had some problems with Apple, when Apple wanted them to stop selling their MacBook charging cables and car chargers. Well, the ruling was in the latter’s favor. So Hypermac will now be known as “HyperJuice” instead.

Somehow we don’t think that the rebranding will help them stay out of trouble with Apple.

Apple sues HyperMac accessory maker over MagSafe, iPod cables

Posted in Apple by Conner Flynn on September 21st, 2010

The HyperMac batteries from Sanho Corporation are a popular external batterie choice for several Apple devices. Problem is, Apple doesn’t really like them. Apple has sued the company over six patents related to MagSafe and the iPod.

The company claims to use original Apple MagSafe connectors to ensure compatibility, and obviously that connector is a proprietary connector. Instead of mimicking Apple’s patented MagSafe connectors, Sanho’s products actually rely on recycled official MagSafe products made by Apple.

HyperMac HyperDrive iPad Hard Drive

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on September 7th, 2010

If you need more iPad storage space, then you might consider the new HyperDrive from HyperMac. The HyperDrive is an external hard drive for the Apple iPad that delivers up to 750GB of storage to your iPad.

This device connects via Apple’s camera connection kit. The HyperDrive comes packed with a 3.2-inch color display and a d-pad with menu buttons for navigation. There’s also a built-in memory card reader. HyperDrive prices start at $249 for the basic model. The 750GB model is $599.

HyperMac iPad Stand is also a charger

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on July 26th, 2010

We are always looking to minimize desk clutter, so we are always happy to see items like this. HyperShop’s latest iPad stand offers a built-in rechargeable lithium ion battery for up to 16 hours of extra life.

Extra life is sweet, even outside of video games. The HyperMac stand has two slots at 18 and 45 degree angles, for superior viewing of movies and easier reading. It will also accept your iPad while it wears Apple’s official case.

HyperMac lives up to it’s name, powers MacBooks for 32 hours

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on May 4th, 2009

HyperMac lives up to it's name, powers MacBooks for 32 hoursSanho’s Hypermac amounts to little more than a large external battery pack. Sure, it’s a great idea. And who wouldn’t want that kind of performance from a battery? We’re talking 32 hours here. That’s more than a full day.

But seriously, most of us have an outlet handy which is far less painful than dropping $500 on this 222Wh unit. But if this appeals to your need for power, it ships later this month. But ask yourself this. Do you even use your MacBook for 32 hours straight? Have you ever?