Silicon Power Armor A66 Review
Summary Now with all that said the Armor A66 is not perfect. Close… but not perfect. There is still room for improvement. The most obvious is their reliance upon rather dated storage technology. This is a model that cries out for a 7200rpm hard drive like the Seagate BarraCuda Pro line. This is a model that cries out for a NAND based variant. This is model that cries out for a more modern interface like USB Type-C instead of the oddball Type-A that Silicon Power loves to use. Of course, any and all of those improvements would increase the price… but this design is good enough to have a premium ‘Pro’ variant.