Sanho HyperDrive ColorSpace UDMA 3 Wireless Storage Device (Case Only)

Sanho HyperDrive ColorSpace UDMA 3 Wireless Storage Device (Case Only)

Sanho HyperDrive ColorSpace UDMA 3 Wireless Storage Device (Case Only)

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Sanho HyperDrive ColorSpace UDMA 3 Wireless Storage Device (Case Only)

Sanho HyperDrive ColorSpace UDMA 3 Wireless Storage Device (Case Only)

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  • Case Only
  • 320 x 480 TFT LCD Display
  • CompactFlash/SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Cards
  • Wi-Fi Functionality
  • FAT32 File System Format
  • Multiple Photo File Format Compatibility
  • USB 3.0 Interface
  • USB External Device Support
  • Integrated Rechargeable Battery
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Case Only 500GB 750GB



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Back up your photos, videos, and other data from compatible memory cards with the HyperDrive ColorSpace UDMA 3 Wireless Storage Device (Case Only) from SANHO. This device uses the Ultra Direct Memory Access interface method to transfer data at speeds up to 27 MB/s. The HyperDrive's color LCD screen enables you to view JPEG and RAW photos on the device. Built-in Wi-Fi functionality eliminates the need for an external wireless adapter and enables the transfer between compatible devices at speeds up to 150 MB/s. An integrated 2600mAh lithium-ion battery powers the HyperDrive, which can be conveniently recharged via USB connection.

UPC: 817110012294
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Sanho HyperDrive ColorSpace UDMA 3 Wireless Storage Device (Case Only)
  • USB Charging Cable
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Storage Capacity Case Only
    Display 320 x 480 TFT Color LCD
    Memory Card Support CF / SD / SDHC / SDXC
    Hard Drive Interface 2.5" SATA interface
    Support mechanical hard disk up to 2 TB
    Supports solid-state disk up to 1 TB
    File System Format FAT 32
    Computer Interface USB 3.0 Super Speed port
    WiFi Connectivity Wireless IEEE802.11n

    Supports Infra and Ad Hoc mode
    Wireless Transfer Rate Up to 150 MB/s
    Buttons 4 x Direction buttons
    1 x Power switch
    1 x Reset button
    6 x Function buttons
    Ports 1 x USB 2.0 high speed port
    1 x USB 3.0 computer interface port
    1 x micro-USB charging port, 5 V
    Input Power 5 - 10 W
    Battery 2600 mAh rechargeable lithium-ion battery
    Dimensions 2.9 x 5.4 x 1.02" / 73 x 137 x 26 mm
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.7 x 6.6 x 2.1"
    HyperDrive ColorSpace UDMA 3 Wireless Storage Device (Case Only) is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 15.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Solid State drives are OK but *only* some are compatible All you have to do is to make sure the SSD you use will do its maintenance by itself in firmware. This means that most Samsung SSD (although my preferred ones) are out, as they need to run the Samsung Magician program or a standard Windows utility - one brand I know will work is the Kingston Hyperdrive SSD's. I know from testing these with a laptop: they need absolutely no external maintenance.
    Date published: 2016-06-23
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great tool. Bad Manual. Finicky buttons Very handy device. Fills the need for field backups of video files from three cameras. Bought the case only and put in a terabyte drive. Worked right away. BUT... the manual is dreadful and the buttons are twitchy. So... very glad I bought it. It fills a definite need at a good price point. And after several hours of playing with it I now feel confident to include it in my kit.
    Date published: 2016-04-03
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Portable Backup Device but rather Buggy Firmware I purchased this ColorSpace UDMA 3 device as a portable backup solution to my Canon Raw photos and GoPro video recording so I can shad some travel weight without carrying my notebook. For the hard dive storage, I used Samsung 850 EVO 500Mb SATA II SSD. It took me a few minutes to get the hard drive installed to the UDMA 3 device. Here is a list of my initial review:DISLIKES:Buggy firmware (Version 23 Build 20151012):- When turning the device ON for the very first time, you will see the GUI layout was preset in Simplified Chinese language. Fortunately, I was able to change the language setting to English. This is not very professional, considering this produce is sold to the U.S.- UDMA 3 device occasionally gave an HDD not found error message when you were turning it on for unknown reasons. This issue could usually be fixed when you tried to switch it ON again.- Photo file transfer issue between UDMA 3 and PC via USB 3 connection: o Scenario 1 - Powered UDMA 3 ON after connected to an active PC): An HDD not found message presented on UDMA 3 device but PC was able to recognize UDMA 3 device and ready for file transfer. o Scenario 2 - Powered UDMA 3 ON before connected to an active PC): UDMA 3 device worked normally but PC could not recognize UDMA 3 device.- Power Saving The Auto Shutdown was set to 1 or 3 minutes to conserve batter power. When transferring large amount of photo and video files to PC for editing. UDMA 3 device shut itself down in the middle of files transfer process even there was platy enough power left in the battery or in charge mode. I had to disable the Auto Shutdown option to ensure that UDMA 3 device does not go off while the files was being transferred.Documentation:The UDMA 3 documentation gave little or no details on file transfer, power savings, hardware reset, and firmware update information. I did not find much of UDMA 3 related information its manufacture, Sanho Corporation at Navigation:The overall command layout is a good start but it can be further improved with some automation to reduce confusion. e.g. Under the Import section, the full and incremental backup options can be consolidated as one. UDMA 3 could leverage differential file comparison for smarter backup.Hardware Construction:Although UDM 3 device is light weighted but the whole construction is a bit of flimsy in mostly plastic. The manufacture should consider all aluminum design for better durability and reliability for field use.LIKES:With firmware fix and better documentation, I think UDMA 3 will be a valuable backup device to have. I recently took this device in my backpack for landscape photography trip, experiencing the outdoor temperature for long hours to as low as in the freezing point. The device worked like a charm. A full battery charge, this device could last the backup time for at least three 32Gb SD cards in full capacity, assuming SSD is used to maximize the power efficiency. I also liked its build-in WIFI feature that enables me to transfer selected photos to my smart phone for quick sharing.
    Date published: 2016-01-03
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good for the purpose I'm not giving this 5 stars, because there are a few minor glitches, but overall it's a great unit. I just returned from a week-long photo trip and it worked flawlessly over a 5 day period with multiple card downloads every day (i tend to d/l as soon after a session as possible and then move on to the next. It ran 4 of the days before I even considered recharging the battery. I bought the case only because I had a 500 gb SSD that I wanted to use. It took me all of 2 minutes to undo 4 screws (the unit came with a screwdriver and 4 replacement screws (just in case)), remove the cover, snap in the SSC and replace/secure the cover. The unit fired up 1st time, I formatted the drive and it was off to the races. Quirks: 1. Buttons are a little touchy and sometimes advance beyond menu selection desired. 2. Menu system is not terribly user friendly, but you get it pretty quickly. 3. Unit must be off to tsf files from unit to computer using the (included) USB3 cable. A USB2 cable with mini USB is also provided, but it's only for charging not transfers. 4. The included manual fails to provide the info discussed in #3 above. It could bear some significant editing. 5. Occasionally, when powering on, the unit doesn't recognize the SSD. Powering off and then back on corrects this. I've read that others have had this issue as well. Somehow, during my week-long photo trip, the display got cracked (I honestly don't know how, perhaps when I took a fall). Anyway, I contacted the the SANHO USA office and they replaced the unit free of charge and turned it around within 4 days, in time for me to use it on the next photo outing. Their customer response is usually within just a few hours of submitting in inquiry to them on line. I'm very impressed. This unit comes with: a case to carry it in, a screwdriver, replacement screws, USB3 cable, USB2 cable (for charging), a frame to secure undersized SSD/HDD within the unit (I didn't need it), and manual. It comes well packaged to prevent damage in shipping.
    Date published: 2016-09-05
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works Well but SSD support is weak I am running with Firmware Version 27 build 20160113. Manual is incomplete. To connect the device to a computer you need to attach the Usb3 hard disk cable to a Sanho Hyperdrive Udma3 and to a PC usb 3.0 port. The Hyperdrive should not be turned on and will connect to the PC (not described in the maual). I am getting 100 - 120 Megabytes per second on this interface. The Usb micro charging cable does not need to be connected but then the HyperDrive will be using it's own battery. It requires two ports if using external power. It recognized the Compact Flash Card I tried in the device. I have not yet tested all the different functions on the device. I purchased a Samsung 850 evo SSD and installed it into the case without problems. You must use their formatting tool to Partition and Format the hard drive (FAT32). Their format utility does not use proper SSD alignment. The SSD Hard Drive is not aligned to a 4K boundary which will cause inefficient use of the SSD Hard Drive (google SSD Alignment). The other problem is they do not have a Trim command in the menu system to keep the SSD running properly. You cannot take the SSD out of the case and connect it to a Desktop PC and issue a manual Trim Command using Samsung Magician Software ( Samsung Magician does not support FAT32). I use this method with a SSD I put in an external enclosure with a usb 3.0 interface.
    Date published: 2016-03-13
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worked for a while but now it completely died Great idea. Worked for a while with the caveat that incremental backups never did too well (had difficulty recognizing a card and the path for it). �Now, it stopped working: in some random cases, it locks up when backup up for hours and hours (cannot even cancel the backup) and had let it run the battery. �Tried to update the firmware, and for some reason would not take the new one. �Not a hard drive problem. �At this point it is pretty much deadweight.
    Date published: 2017-11-24
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Definetely worth a look I purchased the case only version of this product and installed a PNY 480gb Cs1311 SSD. The drive was immediately recognized and was fully functional after a format. While this is not a scientific review, in general much faster at the intended purpose especially when teamed with a SSD. The backup process was blazingly fast as compared to my previous backup strategy which was coping the SD card to a laptop and an external drive for backup. Interface is a bit clunky and takes some getting used to for sure. The keys used to navigate the software are subject to key bounce, so pressing a key once may actually simulate pressing the key twice moving the pointer through multiple menu selections which is annoying. While I have not utilized ever function on the Hyperdrive, basic functionality appears to work along with the intend use of SD card backup and sync to a PC later for workflow purposes. For the limited number of devices available that perform card backup this one is worth looking at for sure. I am assuming that with future firmware releases that many of the annoying issues will be resolved. I did not get an opportunity to validate support channels but appears to only be done via email and for the price of these devices there should be some live support.
    Date published: 2016-10-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Portable Hard Drive for the Field This is my second unit. Nice to see WiFi has been incorporated into the body housing instead of using an external antenna as on the previous version.� I use the Hyperdrive to download my cards every few hours in the field. I don't use a single card to shoot all day. I use several cards just in case a card goes bad or something happens to it, I won't loose everything.� When I change cards in the field after every few hours, the first thing I do is download the card into the HyperDrive, thus making an immediate copy of the card. It will download a 16 or 32 GB card in just over a minute or perhaps less. When I get home, I download the card onto my main computer and backup drive and leave the HyperDrive with the original download in my gear bag ready for the next trip.� My older HyperDrive had 5 years of downloads on it. I remove the replaceable drives as they fill up and they are stored inside my gun safe or safety deposit box. �And I keep all the images, even this accidental shots of the ground. I don't delete anything. Using the HyperDrive to immediately download cards has paid off several times. Cards get lost in the field, or someone sits on them, or coffee spills on them plus dozens of other things can happen. More then once I have been so thankful I had the card uploaded into the Hyperdrive before I got home. A quick search through the files and I always found that missing image I was looking for. This time I bought just the Hyperdrive case and installed a 1TB Toshiba drive in it. It took all of about 6 minutes using the special micro-small Phillips screwdriver that comes with the unit. Remove 4 tiny screws on the back cover and the plugin hard drive slips right in. Replace the cover, turn it on and it's ready to work.� The controls are simple to follow. �It can be plugged into a desktop or laptop to extract data without being turned on and it charges through a USB port as well. It also transfers images via WiFi. If you have ever had an occasion to regret not immediately backing your card up in the field after immediately taking the card out of the camera, �the Hyperdrive can put your mind at ease. In my experience it has been a very good investment worth the money and has eliminated the memorable moments of regret over lost images.
    Date published: 2018-01-12
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