Patriot used a blister pack designed for the retail market. A quad channel logo is on the front, but most people won't be able to figure out what it means on their own without explanation. Our sample drive is the 32GB model and we clearly see on the front of the package that the capacity size is listed.
The rear of the package lists some of the product features in several languages.
The Patriot Xporter Rage
Here we get our first look at the Rage. In this shot the USB connecter is retraced and ready to be carried around or tossed in your purse.
With the protective sleeve pulled back we see the USB connector; just plug it in your PC and get to it.
The other side of the drive has a different design, but that isn't the story here. Over the last couple of years we've seen high speed flash drives get larger and larger. As you can see, the Rage didn't take that approach, in any direction. What makes that important is that you will be able to use the USB ports next to the Rage.
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