Introducing Seagate Lyve Drive™—a variety of simple, secure, and efficient storage options and configurations built to help businesses solve the growing challenge of moving their data from endpoints to edge to core. Designed to manage exponential data growth, Lyve Drive’s plug-and-play design makes integration into media and autonomous vehicles systems seamless and intuitive.
Seagate today added two new high-performance solutions to its industry-leading line of storage for gamers. The Seagate FireCuda 520 PCIe Gen4 x4 SSD and the FireCuda Gaming Dock featuring 4TB of HDD storage capacity and an NVMe M.2 expansion slot for an optional ultra-fast SSD upgrade.
Credit-card small and greyhound fast, One Touch SSD is a portable solid state drive that’s perfect for streaming stored videos directly to your laptop, transferring photos, and backing up content on the go. Featuring a minimalist woven-fabric design and continuous backup via USB interface, it’s a stylish and convenient SSD for Mac and Windows.
PC Magazine has crowned a “New King of the Castle” in SSD drives for gamers, handing the Seagate FireCuda 510 SSD its Editor’s Choice Award and a 4.5-star “Excellent” rating, and hailing the drive for “lightning-fast performance and strong durability, paired with its reasonable per-gigabyte cost.”
Recently I was offered the opportunity to try out a pair of the Seagate IronWolf hard disks. If you have read any of my previous articles about storage, drives, and NAS (Network Attached Storage) for photographers, you’ll know one thing about me; I consider spinning media hard drives to be either “Dead or Dying from the moment they’re powered up.” This is mostly true.