SINGAPORE – November 10, 2022 – Today, Seagate® announces three all-new external hard disk drives (HDD) featuring designs inspired by the stories and characters of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther. The officially licensed HHDs are available in Singapore tomorrow onwards, and join the company’s line of special edition storage devices.
Paying homage to T’Challa (aka Black Panther), Shuri, and Okoye, these special edition HDDs deliver oneof-a-kind pieces of Marvel artwork to fans and highlight traits of the characters with customizable RGB LED lighting1: magenta to honor Black Panther, cyan for the innovative style of Princess Shuri, and yellow for the elite strength of the warrior, Okoye.
With up to 2TB of capacity, the FireCuda external HDDs are compatible with PC, Mac, PlayStation, and Xbox so tech enthusiasts can capture and access a wealth of media, files, and games, regardless of operating system2. USB bus-powered and designed with USB 3.2 Gen1 connection for universal compatibility and quick transfer speeds, the lightweight drives make it easy for Black Panther fans to take their whole library on the road.
The special edition drives include Seagate’s three-year limited warranty and three-year of Rescue Data Recovery Services™ so users have peace of mind as they embark on adventure.
In addition, fans in Singapore can also take advantage of the Seagate Product Take Back Programme to redeem a $15 e-voucher for Seagate’s official Shopee store. To sign up for the Programme, end users can register their drives through the Seagate website and return any eligible drives to Seagate Return Centre.
Upon receiving the drives, Seagate will conduct verification and validate the drive, post which the end-user will receive the e-voucher. The Seagate Take Back Programme was launched to encourage product lifecycle sustainability and invite users to take part in giving new life to old drives through Seagate’s circular drive initiative.
1PC required to set RGB color and light pattern using free Seagate Toolkit software.
2Visit Seagate website for operating system requirements.