Wednesday, April 21st 2021

Seagate Announces High Capacity FireCuda External Hard Drives and Gaming Hub

Seagate Technology, a world leader in data storage solutions, today announced two new additions to the company's line of PC gaming storage, the FireCuda Gaming Hard Drive and FireCuda Gaming Hub. Both new external HDD (Hard Disk Drive) solutions were designed for gamers who are looking to level up their battle stations with high—performing, mass capacity upgrades in a sleek enclosure.

Presented in a bold and refined design, the new FireCuda Hard Drive features RGB LED lighting that gamers can customize through Seagate's Toolkit software for an epic gaming atmosphere. It also features Razer Chroma RGB compatibility to synchronize users' Chroma-enabled gaming peripherals. The lightweight FireCuda Hard Drive is designed with USB 3.2 Gen 1 connection for universal compatibility and quick transfer speeds and is USB bus-powered, making it the winning choice for laptop and PC gamers on the go.
The FireCuda Gaming Hub features the same customization options and USB 3.2 Gen 1 connection as the FireCuda Hard Drive, as well as dual front-facing USB-C and USB-A ports so gamers can connect and power other gaming peripherals in one place. Both new drives include three-years of Rescue Data Recovery Services and a one-year limited warranty so gamers have peace of mind.

With shipments starting this month, Seagate's FireCuda Gaming Hard Drive is available in capacities of 1 TB ($79.99), 2 TB ($109.99), and 5 TB ($179.99), while FireCuda Gaming Hub is available in mass capacities of 8 TB ($219.99) and 16 TB ($399.99).

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14 Comments on Seagate Announces High Capacity FireCuda External Hard Drives and Gaming Hub

#1
watzupken
Oh dear... RGB on an external hard drive enclosure? Really??
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#2
windwhirl
watzupkenOh dear... RGB on an external hard drive enclosure? Really??
All the more reason to go internal.
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#3
hat
Enthusiast
windwhirlAll the more reason to go internal.
You must be an internal RGB guy then?
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#4
Chaitanya

That was the best lighting on external drive by seagate.
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#5
MrAMD
RGB external hard drives.. Can't wait for gaming printers with RGB next
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#6
ixi
MrAMDRGB external hard drives.. Can't wait for gaming printers with RGB next
Wait for RGB glasses.
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#7
watzupken
MrAMDRGB external hard drives.. Can't wait for gaming printers with RGB next
Good idea! Better patent it before the idea gets stolen. :p
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#8
Mussels
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I want RGB DVD-ROM drives and floppy disks next
Not floppy drives, RGB floppy disks

I cant even understand who this is aimed at, consoles are the only thing that uses external drives for 'gaming' yet its got razer chroma support...
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hat
Enthusiast
MusselsI want RGB DVD-ROM drives and floppy disks next
Not floppy drives, RGB floppy disks

I cant even understand who this is aimed at, consoles are the only thing that uses external drives for 'gaming' yet its got razer chroma support...
Why would you not want RGB on your floppy drive? What's wrong with you, man? You should be wanting RGB on your DVDs, too.
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#10
windwhirl
hatWhy would you not want RGB on your floppy drive? What's wrong with you, man? You should be wanting RGB on your DVDs, too.
Pfft, everyone knows that color lasers are the way to go now.
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#11
Wirko
These might just be the first colour-light-assisted magnetic recording (CLAMR) drives available. More wavelengths, more bits per shingle!
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#12
cyberloner
stop release 1 tb 2 tb mass production 20 tb 30 tb... chia said so
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#13
64K
The bling is silly imo. The only LEDs I have are on my case fans. They are blue. My favorite color.
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