Seagate FireCuda: Elegant new external HDDs for gaming

Here comes a new series of external hard drives for gaming. The new Seagate FireCuda offers a highly sought-after design, as well as excellent performance

Seagate Technology, a world leader in data storage solutions, has announced two new additions to the company’s gaming PC storage line, the FireCuda Gaming hard drive and FireCuda Gaming Hub system. The two new external hard drive solutions are designed for gamers who want to better equip their battle stations, with upgrades that deliver massive capacity and high performance in a sleek chassis.

Seagate FireCuda: elegance and performance

Featuring a bold and refined design, the new FireCuda hard drive is equipped with customizable RGB LED lighting thanks to Seagate’s Toolkit software, for an epic gaming atmosphere. In addition, it is compatible with Razer Chroma RGB to synchronize Chroma compatible gaming peripherals. The lightweight FireCuda hard drive is designed with USB 3.2 Gen 1 interface for universal compatibility and fast transfer speeds and is USB bus powered, making it the winning choice for desktop and laptop PC gamers on the go.

The FireCuda Gaming Hub system offers the same customization options and USB 3.2 Gen 1 connection as the FireCuda hard drive, plus two front USB-C and USB-A ports to allow gamers to connect and power other gaming peripherals in one place. Both new units include three years of services Rescue Data Recovery Services for data recovery and a one-year limited warranty1, giving gamers peace of mind.

Prices and availability

Shipping will begin next quarter, and Seagate’s FireCuda Gaming hard drive is available in capacities of 1 TB (€ 79.99), 2 TB (€ 124.99) and 5 TB (€ 189.99), while the FireCuda Gaming Hub system is available with huge capacities of 8 TB (€ 219.99) and 16 TB (€ 394.99).

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