Patriot put together a very attractive package for the Inferno; a still image just doesn't do it justice. In the window we can see the drive and on it the capacity. At the bottom right we found a mention about the included adapter bracket for desktop use and the official SandForce Driven logo lets you know that this is one very fast drive.
On the back we found a list of features and at the bottom we see that the Inferno comes with a 5 year warranty. Our only complaint is the lack of performance data shown on the package. Some retail shoppers might not really know about SandForce and need to see some performance claims in order to justify the purchase.
We like to look at the inner packaging to make sure a product is secure for shipping. Here we see that the drive is kept separate from the included desktop bracket and mounting screws. Everything appears to be safe and secure, then again, we are talking about a product can be hit with a baseball bat and still run without issue, so not much is required.
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