Patriot Supersonic 32GB



While certainly outclassed by the very impressive Kingston, the Pariot Supersonic isn’t a bad way to spend £70 odd quid if you want a pretty decent capacity with some alright transfer speeds. While ultimately, I’m gonna hang on to my Kingston, if you don’t like the idea of spending over £150 on a portable drive, the Supersonic might be worth a look.


  • Good storage size
  • Fast trasnfer times
  • Reasonable price


  • Boring casing, no real protection from elements or dropping
  • Faster drives out there


Last modified: April 19, 2011

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2 Responses to :
Patriot Supersonic 32GB

  1. Unsoundness says:

    Very poor review, only one synthetic test is less then minimum.
    And one mistake: Patriot provides info, that the enclosure is aluminum, not plastic.

    1. Whoopty says:

      Thanks for the heads up about the enclosure and sorry for the lack of testing. We’ve been under tight schedules recently and have had trouble fully testing products. Things should return to normal soon never fear.

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