Hyper items are hyper cool for CES

ooh, more CES tech gadgetry!

Hyper - I hadn't heard of them before, but they have some neat tech.  A backpack (perfect crowd to show off in front of - at CES all the tech writers hauling their gear around), but those USB-C docks

HYPER’s CES 2023 Lineup Includes High-Tech Backpack with a Built-In Apple Find-My Location Tracker and Sustainable Docking Solutions Made from Recycled Materials

Latest product lineup delivers more connectivity, power, and mobility while doing more to protect our planet

JANUARY 3, 2023 - LAS VEGAS (CES®, Booth #15901, Central Hall) - Today, HYPER® - creator of the world’s most crowdfunded USB-C® hubs for MacBook®, and the number one docking station brand in the USA¹ announced its new solutions lineup for CES® 2023. The featured lineup includes an award-winning backpack with an Apple® Find My ®-compatible location module, sustainable docking solutions made from recycled materials, a powerful USB4 8 Port Docking Station, and a MacBook Wireless Charging Concept Dock that can charge a MacBook wirelessly at   full speed.

“Our new product introductions for CES are all designed to provide more power, flexibility, and connectivity for today’s professionals, while doing more to protect our planet,” says Barry Miller, VP of Sales and Marketing, HYPER. “From our Apple Find-My-enabled backpack to sustainable docks, we’re continuing to push the envelope to bring innovative and high-quality solutions that enable today’s connected professionals to succeed.

”First, Hyper will showcase its CES 2023 Innovation Awards Honoree, the HyperPack Pro. A creative professional’s mobile tool kit, this versatile, lightweight 22L backpack features an Apple Find My-compatible location module, water resistant tech protection, and strategically placed pass-through charging passthroughs and pockets. Hyper announced the launch of the HyperPack Pro last month via an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign.

Also new to the HYPER lineup are sustainable docks, as well as a sustainable USB 4 SSD Enclosure. HYPER’s new Sustainable Gen 2 Docks are multi-port portable docks made from post-consumer-recycled (PCR) aluminum and plastics. They also come equipped with gen 2 specs, such as 140W PD 3.1 charging passthroughs, 10Gb USB-C & USB-A, and SD4.0 ports.

Its sustainable USB4 SSD Enclosure is the world’s first USB 4 SSD enclosure capable of 3800 MB/S transfer speeds with the capacity to hold up to 8TB memory. It’s also made from recycled aluminum and offers a tool-less installation to make it easy to install memory.

Lastly in the sustainability category, HYPER will be introducing its Sustainable Dual Monitor Universal Travel Dock, ideal for both desktop environments and travel. It’s equipped with aUSB graphics chip for universal dual monitor connectivity, 100W PD Passthrough, and is sustainably constructed with PCR plastics. Additionally, it comes with a USB-C cable that can stowaway in the dock. 

Delivering the ultimate level of flexibility and connectivity, the company will also unveil a USB4 8 Port Docking Station with Intel chipset, 140W PD 3.1 passthrough, SD 4.0 ports and able to support Dual Monitor 4K 60hz displays for PC, MacBook Pro, and Chromebook™.

To round it all out, don’t miss a glimpse at HYPER’s MacBook Wireless Charging Dock Concept. Hyper has partnered with EnergySquare to develop a next-generation MacBook Docking Concept with Power by Contact©-patented technology that makes it possible to charge the MacBook with freedom of placement, at full speed, with the same efficiency as a cable-connected dock.