Samsung T7 Shield Portable Solid State Drive is now available in India, with prices starting at Rs. 12,999
The Samsung T7 Shield Portable Solid State Drive (PSSD) was released on Tuesday as the company's latest external storage product. According to the South Korean business, the USB Type-C PSSD is credit card-sized and offers fast data transmission speeds. The T7 Shield is shock-resistant and can withstand drops from a height of up to three meters. The PSSD is dustproof and water-resistant, and it works with a variety of devices. The T7 Shield offers a durable design that makes it excellent for outdoor use, as well as improved security measures. The PSSD drive will be offered in three color variants and will be available for purchase from prominent online and retail electronic stores across India. Its predecessor, the Samsung Portable SSD T5, was introduced in 2017.
Price of the Samsung T7 Shield Portable Solid State Drive
The 1TB storage option of the Samsung T7 Shield PSSD costs Rs. 12,999, while the 2TB storage variant costs Rs. 22,999. The T7 Shield will be sold through Samsung's official online and retail locations, as well as other consumer electronics retailers and online platforms. It is available in three colors: beige, black, and blue. In the United States, the 1TB variant costs $143.99 (about Rs. 11,040) and the 2TB variant costs $260.99 (approximately Rs. 20,000).
Samsung T7 Shield Portable Solid State Drive specifications
The read speed of the Samsung T7 Shield PSSD is 1,500MBps, and the write speed is 1,000MBps. The T7 Shield, according to Samsung, is twice as fast as the T5 and 9.5 times faster than external hard disc drives. The T7 Shield has a durable design and software that includes Samsung Portable SSD 1.06 and Samsung Magician Software. This reduces heating even when 2TB data are uploaded at once and allows users to control the disc effortlessly.
The drive is platform-independent and can store a significant quantity of data on a Windows PC, Mac, Android smartphone, or gaming console. The Samsung T7 Shield supports AES 256-bit hardware encryption, which protects user data if the PSSD is lost.
The T7 Shield, as previously stated, is shock-resistant and can sustain falls from up to three meters in height. Samsung's PSSD is dustproof and water-resistant to IP65 standards.
In 2017, Samsung released the Samsung Portable SSD T5. The solid-state drive was built with the company's 64-layer V-NAND technology, which allowed it to achieve transfer speeds of up to 540MBps while maintaining encrypted data protection.