During CES 2020, Seagate officially released two new high-performance external SSDs, one is the coolplay game firecuda gaming SSD, the other is the coolfish Barracuda fast SSD.
Last year, Seagate launched the firecuda gaming dock, which has a built-in PCIe 3.0 x 4 m.2 nvme SSD, a maximum capacity of 4tb, an input interface of lightning 3 and an output interface of USB 3.1 10Gbps.
The new Coldplay SSD uses the latest USB 3.2 Gen2x2 bridging chip, with a theoretical bandwidth of 20 Gbps and a built-in Coldplay 510 NVMe SSD, which can be read continuously at speeds up to 2 GB/s, and a capacity of 500 GB,1 TB,2 TB.
The hard drive also has a stylish look, industrial wind design, and features RGB LED special light effects, as well as free Seagate Toolkit software to customize the light effects.
Seagate Coldplay SSDs will be available in March for retail prices 500GB 189.99 USD (￥ 1325), 1TB 259.99 USD (￥) 1810, 2TB 499.99 USD (￥ 3490), five year limited warranty.