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Sanho HyperDrive iUSBport 2

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Product Highlights
  • 2 x 5 W Powered USB Host Ports
  • Supports a Variety of File Formats
  • MicroSDXC Expansion Card Slot
  • Stream Content to up to 12 Devices
  • Built-in 3300 mAh Battery

The HyperDrive iUSBport 2 from Sanho is a wireless hub compatible with both iOS and Android devices via the dedicated app. Simply attach a portable hard drive to either of the powered USB 2.0 ports or insert a MicroSD memory card and begin streaming content a variety of devices all at the same time.

The iUSBport 2 is capable of streaming 1080p video to up to five devices simultaneously. You can also stream music, photos and perform 2-way data transfers with up to 12 devices all at the same time. The internal 3300 mAh rechargeable battery provides up to 8 hours of battery life before the iUSBport 2 needs to be charged via the micro USB port.

In addition to streaming content to mobile devices, the iUSBport 2 is also capable of streaming to computers as it supports Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n connectivity in ad-hoc, access point, and infrastructure modes. With support for FAT 32, NTFS, HFS, HFS+, exFAT, and EXT 2/3 file systems and server support including HTTP, FTP, WebDAV, DLNA, uPnP, PTP, SMB, and Samba protocols, the iUSBport 2 is capable of interacting with a wide variety system configurations.

LCD Display Mono STN 132 x 32 pixels with backlight
Battery 3300 mAh lithium polymer battery
Rechargeable via micro-USB
Battery Life Up to 8 hours
USB Ports 2 x high speed 480 Mb/s USB 2.0 ports
5 W (5 V / 1 A) powered USB 2.0 host ports
Memory Card Slot MicroSDXC / MicroSDHC / MicroSD
Wireless Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Wireless Speed 4.5 MB/s
Software HTML 5 Web, iOS, and Android app
Server Support HTTP, FTP, WebDAV, DLNA, uPnP, PTP, SMB, Samba
Supported File Systems FAT32, NTFS, HFS, HFS+, exFAT, EXT 2/3
Dimensions 2.95 x 2.28 x 0.94" / 75 x 58 x 24 mm
Weight 4.2 oz / 120 g
Sanho HyperDrive iUSBport 2
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty

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    Note quite the travel laptop replacement

    By Tundracamper

    from Southeast, US

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    • Easy To Use
    • Fast


    • Limited Functionality

    Best Uses

    • Back-up
    • Travel

    Comments about Sanho HyperDrive iUSBport 2:

    My goal in purchasing this device was to eliminate the need to carry a laptop when traveling. While this device should be able to meet those needs, it's not quite there in its current form. If a portable external hard drive is connected to one USB port and then a CF/SD card reader is connected to the other port, a prompt appears asking if the card should be copied. By simply pushing the power button, the device copies all the images into some obscurely named folder on the hard drive. The folder name does appear to contain a date related to some of the image files, but I can't figure out the logical naming – and the very lacking user's manual does not help in that regard. I did have to update the firmware to be able to copy to a hard drive formatted for Apple computers, but that appears to work fine now. After copying is completed, the device must be powered down.

    By using the device with just the hard drive attached, an iPad or iPhone or other similar device can be used to view the images on the hard drive. Unfortunately, this is where things get limited as I shoot Nikon's RAW format (NEF) exclusively. One can use Safari to view the files, but thumbnails do not display for NEF images in Safari. The Safari interface does allow some of the device settings to be adjusted. A much more stable interface is the dedicated iPhone/iPad app iUSBPort, which is available for free. While this app cannot be used to change device settings, at least not where I can find, it DOES display NEF thumbnails very quickly! However, I cannot find where the app has a "move" command to organize images in desired folders. One can only "copy" images and copying NEF images only copies the jpg portion and destroys the RAW content. The resulting file is, for example, DSC001.NEF.jpg and the file size drop from 10MB to 1MB! I did attempt to use third-party FTP interface apps on the iPhone/iPad to move the images into new folders (Filebrowser, iStorage HD, iExplorer HD, FileExplorer, and FTPManager). Several of those apps allow one to very quickly move images around on the hard drive (copying or moving between two hard drives is kinda slow). Unfortunately, I cannot locate an app that both allows files to be moved and quickly displays the NEF thumbnails. Some apps come close, but get hung displaying the NEF thumbnails. None display the thumbnails as fast as the free iUSBPort app. Until I have an app that will allow me to quickly preview the NEF thumbnails and move the images into various folders using an iPad/iPhone, I really don't have the laptop replacement that I wanted.

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