Seagate releases Spider-Man themed exhausting drives

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Marvel Leisure is a multimedia juggernaut (haha) with fashionable films, video games, and tv collection. Why not a couple of exhausting drives? Seagate Expertise is releasing a set of formally licensed Spider-Man themed exterior exhausting drives(HDD).

The brand new HDDs, with paintings depicting Spider-Man, Ghost-Spider, and Miles Morales, are 2TB FireCuda exterior drives. The drives characteristic customized, adjustable lighting and include a yr of restricted guarantee and a yr of their knowledge restoration service. Entry to the usual Seagate instruments can also be included.

The brand new providing comes with USB 3.2 era 1 connectors to assist foster compatibility and are platform agnostic. This permits followers on console, PC, and Mac to indicate their Spidey allegiances and retailer a couple of extra video games besides.

Out of disk house? By no means concern, citizen! Ghost-Spider is on the case!

As of this announcement, Spidey followers don’t have to attend very lengthy. The drives come out in September with a $109 price ticket. In the event you like Spider-Man, you need to swing on by and decide one up. See what I did there? Sure? OK, I’ll see myself out.

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