state disk) built into it's metal shell.
Windows PC and Macs that have Type-C sockets.
includes disk, USB3.0 Male to MicroB Cable and carry pouch
BlueEye ThunderDisk Pro
BlueEye ThunderDisk Pro is one of the smallest mobile SSDs in the world, the size is almost the same as one USB Flash drive, however, as it is powered by the superspeed USB 3.0 port and the mSSD inside, the speed is 5 time faster, and it provide 128GB, 256GB, 512GB higher storage space options to you. Windows 8.0/8.1 WTG(Windows to Go) supported is the other reason it is deserved to own, user can backup his or her operation system and all programs in ThunderDisk Pro, and boot on any computer device(including Mac PC) at where they are.
AS FAST AS THUNDER SPEED!
BlueEye ThunderDisk Pro is a micro SSD with superspeed USB 3.1 Gen 2 port and mSATA SSD inside, it performs terrifically fast, the real maximum speed ups to 1.25GB/S* and more, it is so fast that you can almost see no transferring loading bar appears.
One of the smallest and greatest mobile drives!
BlueEye ThunderDisk Pro comes in a compact and handy size, barely bigger than a regular thumb drive, and packs a huge capacity, from 64Gb to 512Gb. Compared to traditional thumb drives, it offers much higher transfer speeds and much faster access times, making it ideal for installing a portable Windows environment, or for copying large movie files in seconds.
|Disk Type：||mSATA SSD|
|SSD Interface：||SATA III 6.0Gb/S|
|128GB Version：||up to 420MB/s *|
|256GB Version:||up to 460MB/s *|
|Interface:||USB3.0 MicroB Port|
|LED Indicator:||USB3.0： Blue|
should support UASAP
|OS(64-bit)：||Windows 8.1 Enterprise|
Mac OS 10.6 and newer
|*The actual speed depends on the file size and computer performance and OS.|
SuperSpeed USB3.0 storage Power By mSSD
Take your Windows with you!
With a 128GB or 256GB BlueEye ThunderDisk, you can run your Window’s anywhere
USB drives have been around for a while, so what's
the big deal with BlueEye ThunderDisk?
Well, it's secret is the mSATA Solid State Disk (SSD)
buried inside the sleek metal shell. By combining the
barely-measurable access time and super-fast transfer
rate of over 400MB/sec of SSDs with SuperSpeed
USB3.0, you end up with a tiny portable drive that's
as fast as any bleeding-edge SSD you'd install in a PC,
for not much more money than a bare SSD itself.
Why does this matter? You can use one to run your own copy of Windows on any recent PC that supports booting from USB2 or USB3. By using the free Win2USB tool, you can install a purchased copy of Windows 7 or 8 to the BlueEye ThunderDisk, and it'll be just as fast as your own PC wherever you go. And of course, it's a regular USB drive too, so you can use it to copy large files, eg movies, at 10x the speed of many cheap thumbdrives. It'll also work with WindowsToGo, using Windows 8.1 Enterprise.
Scenario 1: Let's say you are travelling and need to do confidential work, but you can only use a public PC, one you can't trust, one that's running a foreign-language Windows, or one you
don't wish to leave any history on. Just plug your BlueEye ThunderDisk in to it's USB port, power-on the
PC, pick the USB BlueEye ThunderDisk as the boot drive, and a few seconds later, your own personal Windows will be ready to use. If it's a PC that's never been used with the BlueEye ThunderDisk before, Windows might need a reboot to finish detecting the hardware the first time, but it'll boot up as fast as any regular Windows installed to a SSD after that.
Scenario 2: Your neighbour drops round and asks you to fix his virus- and malware-infested PC again - as the go-to tech guy, how do you fix it when the really-persistent ones hide in the boot block, cover the screen, or disable the browser? Easy - just plug in the BlueEye Thunderdisk, boot your neighbour's PC with your clean Windows, and run malware / anti-virus tools against their disk, which won't have any of the malware / viruses running and able to defend themselves from your fix.
We've tested the BlueEyeThunderDisk on a bunch of PCs up to 4 years old in our office here - Win8.1 found the hardware every time, and was usable within 1 reboot,
with USB3-port-performance indistinguishable from a regular internally-connected SATA SSD.
Even when using Windows loaded from the BlueEyeThunderDisk via older USB2 ports, it's fast and responsive. And, check out it's tiny size, pictured here sandwiched between regular slow 2.5inch and thumb drives - what's not to like?