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The iPad may get up to 10 hours of battery on a single charge, but for some people, that still isn’t enough. Sanho, maker of AC-outlet-repelling external batteries for the Mac, iPod, and iPad, has released the new HyperMac Stand for iPad with a built-in battery…….

Why settle for a separate iPad stand and external battery when you can have both in one device? Why indeed. That’s the thinking from the folks at Sanho at least, who have just rolled-out the first-of-its-kind HyperMac Stand. It packs two slots that can hold your iPad at either an 18 or 45-degree angle (with or without a case), and a built-in 40-watt-hour rechargeable lithium-ion battery that promises to extend your battery life by a full 16 hours.

Designed much like the double-sided stand that Incase includes in its Travel Kit Plus for iPad, the HyperMac Stand has a rectangular shape with two rubberized “soft-touch” slots for propping up your iPad. One slot is angled at 18 degrees primarily for typing, while the other is more friendly to presentations and movie-watching at 45 degrees. For bonus points, Sanho says the stand even fits an iPad while in Apple’s iPad Case, so it can probably accommodate similar third-party cases that are about as slim.

HyperMac Stand incorporates 2 slots to hold the iPad at either 18 or 45 degrees, in portrait or landscape positions. The slots are specially treated with a soft touch coating to protect the iPad from scuffs and designed to work with both an encased or bare iPad.

Whichever slot you use, though, the HyperMac Stand will charge your iPad with a built-in 11000mAh, 40Wh battery to give you up to 60 percent more on-the-go time–that’s a whopping 16 extra hours on top of the iPad’s built-in 10 hour battery.

Featuring a built-in 40-watt-hour rechargeable lithium-ion battery (compared to iPad’s internal 25-watt-hour battery), the HyperMac Stand is capable of extending the iPad battery life by an additional 16 hours, delivering power to the iPad via a 10W USB port. The HyperMac Stand itself can be recharged via a standard mini USB cable and supports pass-through charging/syncing so that the iPad can charge/sync with the computer even when it is connected via the HyperMac Stand. Users can check the HyperMac Stand battery level anytime with the built-in 5-stage lighted LED indicator.

“Most iPad stands in the market are either bulky or heavy or both, necessary characteristics to ensure that the not so tiny iPad can be properly supported,” states Daniel Chin, President of Sanho Corporation. “HyperMac Stand makes clever use of the natural weight of the lithium-ion battery cells to provide added stability,” he adds. “The end result is one of the most compact pocket-sized iPad stand available in the market with unsurpassed stability,” he continues. “Whatever little weight (12.7oz / 360g) the user have to carry is actually useful power to extend the iPad battery life by 1.5 times,” he concludes.

The HyperMac Stand also supports pass-through charging and syncing. You can plug the stand into a wall and charge both the iPad and the stand’s built-in battery at the same time, or plug it into a Mac and sync while charging. The stand also features its own battery meter so you know how much time it has left.

Why settle for a separate iPad stand and external battery when you can have both in one device? Why indeed. That’s the thinking from the folks at Sanho at least, who have just rolled-out the first-of-its-kind HyperMac Stand. It packs two slots that can hold your iPad at either an 18 or 45-degree angle (with or without a case), and a built-in 40-watt-hour rechargeable lithium-ion battery that promises to extend your battery life by a full 16 hours.

HyperMac batteries use the same high-end lithium ion cells and components that are supplied to the U.S. military, providing the utmost reliability, safety and performance. It is rechargeable up to 1,000 times and comes with a one year warranty.

Of course, that combination does make this one of the more expensive iPad stands around at $129.95, but that’s not exactly too out of line when compared to a standalone HyperMac battery.

Specifications:


1.iPad Slots: 2 rubberized slots that holds iPad at 18° and 45°, portrait and landscape, case and no case.


2.Capacity: 40Wh (11,000mAh).


3.Battery Chemistry: Lithium Ion.


4.iPad Battery Life: Up to additional 16 hours.


5.Dimensions: 6.02″ x 4.21″ x 1.14″ (153 x 107 x 29mm).


6.Weight: 12.7oz (360g).


7.Input Power (Charging the HyperMac Stand): 10W Mini USB 5V (2.1A Max).


8.Output Power (Powering the iPad): 10W USB 5V (2.1A Max).

Resources :
engadget.com,networkworld.com


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