Sanho’s new HyperDrive range ought to cater for most folks’ storage needs, as their new bunch of hard drives will come in a black case with a couple of mini USB ports and a power socket. Bear in mind that the HyperDrive does not ship with a standard AC adapter, but will instead rely on a USB-to-DC cable while the user-replaceable battery lets you shift up to 40GB of data on a single charge. These HyperDrives will ship when March rolls around, which means you can already start to pre-order these. You can start with $99 for a bring-your-own-drive housing, while the 1TB model will cost you $349 with a bunch of other capacities located in between.

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