Boba Fett looks better than ever on these new Star Wars-themed hard drives
Seagate is releasing a trilogy of Star Wars-related hard drives to celebrate May 4th. these FireCuda Collector’s Edition External Hard Drives feature portraits of some familiar faces and helmets from the Book of Boba Fett, such as the Mandalorian, Grogu, and Boba Fett.
The flashy artwork on these 2TB external drives is in the same watercolor style as the end credits sequence of The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett. Personally, I like the Boba Fett player because when you flip it over, it has his dope mythosaur symbol from his armor stamped on it. Although I can see the appeal of also carrying a small Grogu hard drive in your pocket.
Seagate hasn’t released SSD versions of these drives, given that it did a few months ago when it released these awesome Beskar bullion readers of the Mandalorian. SSDs are faster, more reliable, and overall better than HDDs. Although hard drives are generally cheaper, you can get more storage at lower prices since some of the best external drives are very expensive.
The MSRP for these hard drives is $140, but best buy (among other retailers) sells them for $109, surprisingly cheap for Star Wars-branded PC components. These drives are also compatible with Xbox Series X/S and Playstation 5, so you can store your game libraries on them without upgrading your console storage.
As I started writing this these discs were in stock, but they seem to be selling out fast. If you still wanted those Beskar Ingot records from a few months ago, these are back on sale and for cheap.
If those are selling out too, don’t worry, that horrible latex Yoda mask still seems to be in stock.