Samsung recently unveiled the upgraded version of the T7 USB-C SSD with a rugged design and solid durability. The tech giant has been pushing its storage devices more recently as seen with the announcement of the UFS 4.0 this week. The new T7 series SSD boasts storage space of up to 2TB to keep your data secure, and at the same time offers durability that can handle dust, drops, and water to some level.
Samsung T7 Shield SSD Specifications
As far as durability is concerned, this rugged USB-C SSD from Samsung comes with IP65 water and resistance features making it travel-friendly. On top of that, it features a non-slippery external rubber coating that prevents heavy scuffs and scratches. Samsung also claims that the rubber coating included in this USB-C SSD can help maintain top-notch performance ensuring the transfer of up to 2TB of data without triggering the Dynamic Thermal Guard feature. The DTG or Dynamic Thermal Guard as the name suggests throttles data transfer speed to keep the hardware safe and secure. Did we mention that this
portable macOS compatible USB-C SSD is backed by drop protection of up to 9.8 feet?
Coming to the transfer speed, the Samsung T7 Shield delivers a sequential read speed of up to 1,050MB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 1,000MB/s. Let’s not forget that this portable USB-C SSD is compatible with Windows PCs and macOS as well as Android smartphones, game consoles, and more.
It is available in 3 colours i.e. Blue, Black and Beige to match your workstation essentials.
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Samsung T7 Shield Price and Availability
The T7 Shield is available for purchase on the Samsung Store with a price tag of $143.99 and $260.99, for 1TB and 2TB variants, respectively. If you are fond of colourful accessories for your MacBooks the black, beige, and blue colour options should please you. Further, this portable SSD pack includes a USB-C to USB-C and USB-A to USB-C cable for flawless transmission of data.
Similar to the previous versions, the price of the Samsung T7 Shield is also likely to go down in near future. So, if you are planning to save a few bucks, please consider buying this rugged USB-C SSD after a month or so.