|Item model number||IODD-2531|
|Item Weight||3.36 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.3 x 0.5 x 3.1 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5.33 x 0.52 x 3.09 inches|
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Iodd Iodd2531 Black - Usb3.0 - Hdd -Ssd - Virtual Cd-rom - Enclosures - made in Korea
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- Manual(Not included in Box) and Firmware download: http://iodd.kr/wordpress/product/iodd-2531/
- Recognized as Bootable ODD which can be used as DVD, Blu-ray Rom for booting by selecting a ISO file.
- Write protect Blocker/WinToGo/AutoSleep/Safely Removal/Firmware Updater
- Recognized as Bootable HDD for Windows 8,LInux,Mac OS. Selecting VHD files let you can multi-boot.
- Provide bootable Virtual USB Drive function can be used with Rufus or similar other tools
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ZM-VE300 Compatible - iodd2531 is the enhanced version of VE300.
Widows To Go - you can boot Win2Go, Linux, Mac OS from HDD or VHD.
Bootable Virtual ODD - Recognized as physical CD DVD Blu-ray ROM.
Bootable Virtual HDD - Recognized as physical HDD or Removable drive from VHD or VMDK. you can use maximum 4 virtual drives(At the same time, you can also use write protection function). VHD Tool++ is Dedicated programs for virtual HDD(you can download, see readme file from above link).
Bootable Virtual FDD - Recognized as physical FDD, but old computers don't work.
AutoSleep - automatically (after 10 minutes of non use).
Write Blocker - Enable or Disable Write Protection.
Safely Removal - Hot key can Spin Down HDD.
SuperSpeed USB 3.0 (up to 10x as fast as USB 2.0).
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What a time saver!!! No more DVDs for me...
They could improve the joystick on this thing, but I take a horrible joystick over burning and carrying CD/DVDs any day of the week!!!
You need to put your ISOs inside a folder called _ISO or _iso , and inside that folder, you can create sub-folders to organize your stuff...
It also can emulate external HDs and Thumb drives (writable or read-only)... Which is great for keeping your stuff safe on unknown system (if you write protect it).
And if you like to integrate all windows updates to your installation disk, you can use the virtual thumb drive instead of creating ISOs, that way, you can always change something later on, without having to recreate the whole thing... (I personally use NTLite and WinReducereX, they both do basically the same thing, but sometimes one is better than the other, depending on the version... So if it doesn't work on one, try the other...)
I hope this helps...
# Use a SSD instead of a regular HD (the Samsung 850 evo up to 500GB is perfect (it uses very little power, one of the lowest on the market) (the 1TB uses way more power... Stay with 500GB or less... You can Google "samsung 850 evo power consumption" and look at the anandtech site for the power consumption compassion of many models and sizes)
# Format your drive as NTFS (the only compatible with the VHD_Tool++.exe that you download from their site)
# Use VHD_Tool++.exe to create VHD files with the size you want the virtual HD to be;
# f you want it to be a virtual thumb drive, rename the VHD file to RMD (virtual Thumb Drive);
# You can also add &D and &DW to the name of the files to force a behavior;
VHD and RMD modes based on the name of the file: (I used VHD as the extension, but it works the same way for RMD)
NAME.VHD = CD-MODE (it will mount you virtual HD or thumb drive only)
NAME&D.VHD = DUAL-MODE (it will mount your virtual HD and the real HD, but the real will be read-only)
NAME&DW.VHD = DUAL-MORE (same as above but the real HD is writable)
# Create a folder structure that makes since for you... i.e:
_ISO\ISOs\Windows Install\Win 7
_ISO\ISOs\Windows Install\Win 10
_ISO\ISOs\Tools\Some recovery iso (whatever tools you use...)
_ISO\VHDs\virtual drive you use to backup you friend's file before you do a clean install.VHD
_ISO\RMDs\virtual thumb drive you keep you windows installation disk updated (using NTLite).RMD
The only downside to this enclosure is that it will bottleneck a fast SSD. It uses SATAII internally which has a real-world max throughput of about 250MB/s. Mechanical hard drives are too slow to be affected by this limit whatsoever, but a good SSD will have its sequential read/write speeds cut in half running in this enclosure. Is it faster than an optical drive? Much much faster. Is it faster than my trusty DTSE9's? Hell yes. Is it faster than a Sandisk Extreme? Barely. Am I going to deduct a star? Nope. Mea culpa for not reading the fine print on their website. It's a bummer that it has the internal SATAII bottleneck but ultimately I bought it for convenience, not speed. And realistically most I/Os are random anyway which means that for real-world use there is probably not as much of a bottleneck as the benchmarks would suggest. This is also why I would still recommend putting an SSD into the enclosure even with the SATAII connection... SSDs have much faster random performance than mechanical drives so you still see a definite benefit.
Bottom line is that it's a great product, just don't expect it to put up any big bragging numbers on the benchmark.
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You can put ISOs on it and have it emulate a CD drive with that disc in it to boot a computer from.Read more