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The new Hyperdrive is rather disappointing. Transfer speeds are lower than the original UDMA (27 MB/sec. vs. 35, unless there is a typo), the display is the same. and it is still USB 2.0. I was hoping for some sort of encryption too. I have no idea why the UDMA 2 would not support an SSD, but perhaps they were not tested with any.
My old Hyperdrive UDMA works just fine with the new Hitachi 1TB 7200 RPM drive. I also replaced the 18650 battery and it is good to go for a few more years.