I was talking about M2 PCIE, as that’s the perfect form factor and heat imprint for a console. It would be bizarre of them—or anyone in 2020–to use an M2 with a sata connection.M2 is just a form factor. There are M2 SATA drive which have the same 6 Gbps bandwidth limit of regular 3.5" SATA drive. Then there are M2 PCIe (also known as NVMe) which are the current top of the line when it comes to performance. My guess is that PS5 will use a NVMe drive, probably the new PCIe 4 spec.