The PX10 comes in a small white box. The front advertises many of the drive's key features including its 1TB capacity, Type-C USB 3.2 Gen 2 interface, support for Apple ProRes 4K 60fps recording, compatibility with the PS5, and its military-grade, shock proof design. There is also a 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 PX1-'s specifications, system requirements and box contents. Inside, you'll find the SSD, a USB-C to USB-C cable and a small user manual.

Physical Features:

The PX10 is the lightest and thinnest external SSD in Silicon Power's product lineup. Measuring 103.4 x 33 x 10.3 mm and weighing a mere 33, the drive fits comfortably in the palm of a hand as well as your pocket.

The body of the PX10 is constructed out of aluminum and plastic and is available in your choice of a black or pink finish. The bulges on top of the drive are where the NAND flash and controller chips are located. This design not only makes the drive very thin, it helps dissipate heat. The use of aluminum also makes the PX10 surprisingly tough. The drive is military-standard certified and can survive accidental drops of up to 1.2m.

The PX10's USB 3.2 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. To the right of the USB port there is also a small LED that lights up white when the PX10 is transferring data.

Silicon Power doesn't say which SSD or USB to NVMe bridge controllers the PX10 uses. While the USB bridge controller is a bit of a mystery, we can tell by looking at the firmware (EHFMC0.0) that the drive most likely uses Silicon Motion's SM2263XT controller. This DRAM-less, PCIe Gen 3 x4 controller is powered by a dual ARM Cortex CPU and offers four channels with up to four chip enables (CE) per channel and features Silicon Motion’s proprietary NANDXtend error-correcting code (ECC) technology.