The PC60 comes in a small white box. The front advertises many of the drive's key features including its 960GB capacity, Type-C USB 3.2 Gen 2 interface, LED indicator and its shock proof, pocket-sized design. There is also a large, plastic window which lets you look inside the box and see what the drive looks like. The back of the box provides a bit more information regarding the PC60's specifications, system requirements and box contents. Inside, you'll find the SSD, a Type-C to USB Type-A cable and a small user manual.
While not the smallest portable SSD in Silicon-Power's product lineup, the PC60 is still very compact and lightweight. Measuring 80.0 x 80.0 x 11.2 mm and weighing a mere 46g, the drive fits comfortably in the palm of a hand as well as your pocket. The PC60 can even be attached to keychains or bags thanks to its keyhole design.
The body of the PC60 is constructed out of lightweight, black plastic. While the outside frame has a shiny, polished finish, the center sections are textured, with the top featuring a unique ripple design.
The PC60's USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port is located on the end of the drive. This interface not only transfers data, but provides power for the device. It's hard to see in this picture, but on the right of the USB port is a small LED that lights up blue when the PC60 is transferring data.
I wasn't able to crack the PC60 open. However, if you were to do so, you'd find a PCB that looks a lot like the one found in the current version of Silicon Power's S55 SSD. The drive is equipped with Silicon Motion's DRAM-less SM2259XT controller and has a single 1TB 96-layer 3D TLC NAND chip that is manufactured by Micron. The PC60 also uses a USB 3.1 to SATA converter with ASMedia's ASM235CM bridge controller.