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

BH #HYCUDMA3 • MFR #SHDCSUDMA3000
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HYPER HyperDrive ColorSpace UDMA 3 Wireless Storage Device (Case Only)
Key Features
  • Case Only
  • 320 x 480 TFT LCD Display
  • CompactFlash/SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Cards
  • Wi-Fi Functionality
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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 HYPER. 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.
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HYPER SHDCSUDMA3000 Overview

Back up your photos, videos, and other data from compatible memory cards with the HyperDrive ColorSpace UDMA 3 Wireless Storage Device (Case Only) from HYPER. 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.

HYPER SHDCSUDMA3000 Specs

Storage CapacityCase Only
Display320 x 480 TFT Color LCD
Memory Card SupportCF / SD / SDHC / SDXC
Hard Drive Interface2.5" SATA interface
Support mechanical hard disk up to 2 TB
Supports solid-state disk up to 1 TB
File System FormatFAT 32
Computer InterfaceUSB 3.0 Super Speed port
WiFi ConnectivityWireless IEEE802.11n

Supports Infra and Ad Hoc mode
Wireless Transfer RateUp to 150 MB/s
Buttons4 x Direction buttons
1 x Power switch
1 x Reset button
6 x Function buttons
Ports1 x USB 2.0 high speed port
1 x USB 3.0 computer interface port
1 x micro-USB charging port, 5 V
Input Power5 - 10 W
Battery2600 mAh rechargeable lithium-ion battery
Dimensions2.9 x 5.4 x 1.02" / 73 x 137 x 26 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.7 x 6.6 x 2.1"
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Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2019-07-01

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Can the Sanho HyperDrive be used with XQD ?
Asked by: Gabriel M.
Sorry to say due to the hardware limitation, the UDMA3 does not support XQD card.
Answered by: Kelvin C. Sanho Expert
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Does anyone know if this will be compatible with the Sandisk Extreme Pro 480 GB SSD?Thanks
Asked by: Anonymous
Mine worked fine with both ssd l have here: samsung 840 pro 512 MB and EVO850 1TB. I guess any ssd will work fine, and the best of coupling UDMA3 with a SSD is that SSDs are waaaaay more power efficient than a hard disk, hence you will operate the UDMA3 a lot more time for each battery recharge cycle.
Answered by: MARCUS D.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Can I download all my from photographs in music onto one of these flash drives
Asked by: Anonymous
Your question is not clear.The HyperDrive ColorSpace UDMA 3 will at as an external drive. This device is not necessarily a flash drive: I have a spinning drive installed in mine. You can copy to and from the device when connected to your computer like you can with any USB drive.The UDMA 3 will copy ALL files from the flash drive to the internal (SSD/Spinning) drive irrespective of their file suffix. I just tested the backup and the UDMA 3 backed up image files (Canon CR2 and JPEG) and audio files (.mp3 and .flac).It's a great little device!You can also connect an external HDD and synchronize the UDMA 3's internal drive to the external drive.
Answered by: Kelly M.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Can I use an external HD instead of installing an internal HD?
Asked by: Michael F.
You must have an internal drive on which to copy files for backup. If you ALSO have an external drive, you can synchronize the internal drive with an external drive. I traveled on a Trans-Atlantic cruise with one of these and no computer and was able to backup all of my images--still and movie--to the UDMA 3. It'll be going with me to the Galapagos and Machu Picchu later this year! I'll take a couple of 2 TB external drives onto which I'll backup my photos.
Answered by: Kelly M.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Is there a max file transfer size? Can a 4.5GB video file be transferred from an SD card to a SSD?
Asked by: Anonymous
I havent tried anything that size but it had no difficulty handling any of the cards I have used including 120 8K
Answered by: LEWIS W.
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How can you save files from a XQD card ? Is it possible to connect a XQD card reader and save the data on the card?
Asked by: Didier R.
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Answered by: Ed F.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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