Seagate Introduces FireCuda 520N Allowing Storage Expansion Of Gaming Handhelds

Today Seagate has introduced its new FireCuda 520N SSD which comes in the 2230 M.2 form factor making it a great choice for expanding the storage capacity of various smaller devices including Valve’s Steam Deck, ASUS ROG Ally, Lenovo Legion Go and Microsoft’s Surface.

Seagate FireCuda 520N

This SSD comes in the M.2 2230-S2 form factor and uses a PCIe Gen 4 interface allowing for high read/write speeds of up to 5,000MB/s for the 2TB capacity and 4,800MB/s for the 1TB model. It’s a solid choice for expanding your Steam Deck or ASUS ROG Ally with more storage to host some of the weighty requirements of the latest games. With the drive Seagate offers a three-year Rescue Data Recovery service plan and a five-year limited warranty so you can be sure this drive will last and even if the worst happens, Seagate has you covered.

Price and Availability

This SSD is available now for $109.99 (1TB) and $189.99 (2TB), visit for more information

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