iPad is only capable of registering USB hard drives (via the Camera Connection Kit, of course) that are 32GB or smaller, which may or may not bum a vast majority of you out. Thankfully, Sanho's latest and greatest HyperDrive was tailor made to circumvent that limitation, and it just so happens to be the company's most capacious. Checking in with 750GB of open space, this unit boasts a "patent pending ability to turn individual file folders into virtual 32GB drives on the fly that are readable by the iPad," and as you'd expect, there's also a CompactFlash and Secure Digital slot for offloading images directly from your camera's memory card (at up to 40MB/sec). There's even a 3.2-inch QVGA color display, support for JPEG and RAW files and the ability to act as a vanilla USB hard drive; it's available now for $599, though smaller versions are available for those with less pocket change. Gallery: Sanho HyperDrive for iPadContinue reading Sanho's 750GB HyperDrive photo backup HDD plays nice with your iPadSanho's 750GB HyperDrive photo backup HDD plays nice with your iPad originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 07 Sep 2010 16:38:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.PermalinkEngadget Spanish |HyperShop | Email this | CommentsMore...