One interesting thing I find with media consumption services is how they can seemingly predict your preferences. This can be seen in YouTube or Spotify, where they may recommend new videos or music, respectively, based on what you have previously consumed. As such, my YouTube recommendation list is filled with a whole smattering of topics, from baking and cooking to video games and ending with airplanes or short informative videos. Similarly, my Spotify suggested music is primarily albums from Christian artists, a bunch of classical and cover artists, followed by some K-pop and EDM. If I am being honest, even though these are supposedly curated based on what these companies think my interests are, I generally do not find myself clicking on these recommended lists, unless I have no idea what to listen to. Even so, it is pretty interesting to see how technology is able to learn these things and even suggest new things that are similar in style or interests. On the other hand, I wonder how this would translate into suggestions for products. For example, if a user is looking for some sort of fast storage option that is still cheap, what suggestions would appear? Patriot hopes to provide an answer to this question today with their offering of their P200 SSD lineup. Today, we have their 512GB model in for testing, so let us see how this cost-effective solid-state drive is able to perform, especially in comparison with what else is out there!