At this year’s CES, Seagate unveiled a slew of storage solutions across segments and brand. To start with, Seagate’s premium brand LaCie now comes with a massive 5TB capacity. On the other hand, the LaCie SSDs that deliver speeds up to 540MB/s offer capacities up to 2TB. Ideal for graphic designers and video editors, the drive also comes with a 1-month subscription to the Adobe Creative Cloud All Apps plan. LaCie Mobile drive comes with 2-year warranty and LaCie Mobile SSD offers a 3-year warranty and a 3-year subscription to Seagate Rescue Data Recovery plan.
Seagates Backup Plus series, the Ultra Touch (1TB and 2TB capacities) come with premium features including automatic backup with multi-device folder sync and data protection with hardware encryption. Backup Plus Slim (1TB and 2TB capacities) and Backup Plus Portable (4TB and 5TB capacities) are both outfitted with lustrous aluminum finishes available in black, blue, and silver and offer automatic backup. The new Backup Plus models include a complimentary 2-month subscription to the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan. Backup Plus Ultra Touch will be available in February and Backup Plus Slim and Backup Plus Portable will be available in March.
For gamers, Seagate has introduced the FireCuda 510 M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD that delivers blazing performance with intense read and write speeds. Its crisp 4K video processing and high IOPS allows gamers to run multiple simultaneous video streams and programs – crucial for gameplay recording and streaming.
On the other hand, the BarraCuda 510 M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD features next-level speed for accelerating applications, with an ultra-small form factor for ultra-thin laptops, mini-PCs, and desktops. Available this spring, FireCuda 510 and BarraCuda 510 feature Seagate’s SeaTools SSD GUI dashboard for easy data management and a 5-year limited warranty.
World’s first NAS SSD by Seagate is under the IronWolf series. With Enterprise capabilities and capacities of up to 3.48TB, the drive features up to 7000 TBW. IronWolf comes with a 5-year limited warranty and 2-year data recovery support. IronWolf 110 will be available this January.