How much power is in a PC? In the world of gamers, this question is often answered with the practiced use of RGB. Seagate now wants to offer a piece of technology with a particularly high visual impact: a special edition that turns NVMe SSDs into lightsabers.
Lightsaber Collection Special Edition FireCuda PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD
Even if some like to make fun of the world of colorfully flashing PCs: Components with RGB lighting are finding many buyers. Seagate has now unveiled a product designed to bring this colorful world together with the allure of Star Wars. There is a simple idea behind the imperial product name “Lightsaber Collection Special Edition FireCuda PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD”: The drive with customizable RGB lighting can be equipped with a lightsaber look thanks to interchangeable front panels.
As Seagate explains, users then also have the choice of which side of the force their memory should take. Choose from faceplate designs honoring Obi-Wan Kenobi, Darth Vader, and Luke Skywalker. For the design and development, the company brought specialists from EKWB on board, who are best known for their cooling solutions. A slide-in mechanism is used for attachment, with which the exchangeable faceplates are attached to the SSD.
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