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No, it is a standard HDD (Hard Disk Drive) like most other hard drives on the market, however this one has a USB-C connection. I'm not sure if the USB-C connection will act as Thunderbolt 3 when connected to a 2016 and newer MacBook Pro.
- Answered by Chris S from San Antonio
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Will this work on a non-apple device? For example a blank ssd in a custom computer.
- Asked by Alan S from Watkins Glen
- 12 Jun, 2016
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- Asked about: OS X Lion (10.7)