Our HyperDrives are compatible with the latest Mac computers with the new M1 chip. The USB 4/Thunderbolt 3 ports are backward compatible, allowing them to read devices like on previous Intel Macs.
Mac computers utilizing the M1 chip can only extend to one additional display, no matter which HyperDrive you purchase. This is due to limitations in these models, as opposed to Intel-based Macs that can extend to two displays when utilizing our dual USB-C HyperDrives. The only exception to this is the Mac Mini, which can extend to two displays, but only when using the built-in HDMI port as one of the displays.
EDIT (April 21, 2022): This information was true as of the writing of the article, which was when the M1 was released. However, since then, it has been discovered that software solutions will allow for dual extended displays. The Hubs in this link support dual display for the M1 Macs: https://www.hypershop.com/pages/hyperdrive-dual-4k-hdmi-usb-hub-and-adapter-for-m1-macbooks.
Also, this article predates the M1 Pro and Max chips, which will natively support dual displays on the Duo 7-in-2