Tuesday, February 25th 2020

Patriot Viper Gaming Launches PXD m.2 PCIe Type-C External SSD at PAX East 2020

VIPER GAMING by PATRIOT has announced that their team will be featured at PAX EAST 2020, which is part of a national series of festivals centered around the gaming culture. The brand-new Patriot PXD m.2 PCIe Type-C External SSD, the next generation of portable storage solutions, will be showcased and tested on the PlayStation 4 with Marvel's Spider-Man video game. This PCIe m.2 based SSD over USB 3.2 Type-C connectivity brings superb speed and stability utilizing the Phison E13 PCIe controller, capacities from 512 GB to 2 TB.

"We can't think of a better way to be immersed with the gaming community than to be a part of PAX EAST, and debuting PXD with its first public showcase is a great way to let gamers know that they have an exciting alternative coming in April 2020," said Roger Shinmoto, Vice President at VIPER GAMING by PATRIOT. At PAX EAST, gamers will be able to experience the PXD m.2 PCIe Type-C External SSD on the PlayStation 4 with Marvel's Spider-Man video game as well as the award-winning V765 gaming keyboard, V570 BLACKOUT RGB gaming mouse, V380 gaming headset and more gaming peripherals at the booth.
Gamers will enjoy walk-in gaming tournaments, with titles including Slay the Spire, Unrailed!, and Quake Champions. Free swag bags for the first 50 people per day who follow social media channels and enter a raffle to win a full set of a keyboard, mouse, mouse pad, headset, and USB headset stand, details and entry available here.
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3 Comments on Patriot Viper Gaming Launches PXD m.2 PCIe Type-C External SSD at PAX East 2020

#1
bonehead123
ctrl-c, ctrl-v...

a.G.a.I.n....

no performance claims/facts, no prices either....

seems more like an ad for the spidey game than anything else :(

Also why bother with a USB-C connector when the drive inside is just a regular SATA SSD ????? what a total waste of bom costs IMHO
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Cheeseball
Not a Potato
bonehead123
Also why bother with a USB-C connector when the drive inside is just a regular SATA SSD ????? what a total waste of bom costs IMHO
Dude...
Phison E13 PCIe controller
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bug
This PCIe m.2 based SSD over USB 3.2 Type-C connectivity
Which, thanks to USB-IF wisdom can mean anything from USB 3.0 to USB 3.2 2x2 (take that, laymen).
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