USB flash drives are with us every day. Although they’ve been around for a long time, they are always evolving, getting faster, and offer higher capacities, yet keeping their small and compact size. Patriot knows how important, a small and compact personal storage device can be for us all. So it’s no wonder we are seeing a whole range of refreshed and improved flash drives from Patriot. Today, we will focus on the Supersonic Rage Pro; the latest USB 3.2 Gen1 flash drive with large capacity of up to 512GB.
Our tests will be performed on the latest series of motherboards with the fastest available USB controllers that won’t limit the performance of the Supersonic Rage Pro.
Let’s begin with a list of features, and later we will show you some performance tests.
Patriot’s Supersonic Rage Pro USB 3.2 Gen 1 (backwards compatible with USB 3.0) is the ultimate portable USB for the everyday productive driven individuals that need more than just a few files. It offers super agile Read and Write speeds allowing you to productively transfer all your important photos, music, videos, large files, and your entire operating system simultaneously!
Designed with an aluminum coated housing, the Supersonic Rage Pro provides a better thermal dissipation throughout. A handy LED light indicator is included to inform you of the Read/Write progress. Backed by Patriot’s customer service and a 5-year warranty, the diverse Rage Pro features multi-platform compatibility with Windows® 10 Windows® 8, Windows® 7, Linux 2.6 and later, Mac® OSX and later. Advance your system to the pro level easily with even more storage!
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