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The T7 Shield solid-state drive from Samsung now comes in a 4 TB variant


When Samsung initially made the T7 Shield portable SSD available for purchase approximately eight months ago, the company made storage capacities of 1 terabyte (TB) and 2 terabytes (TB) available for purchase with the SSD. The South Korean business that was responsible for developing the T7 Shield SSD has now made the 4TB version of the storage device available for purchase in Germany. The T7 Shield will be available in Germany in three distinct storage capacities: 1 terabyte (TB), 2 terabytes (TB), and 4 terabytes (TB). The T7 Shield will be launching in Germany (TB). The model with 1 terabyte of storage costs 134.90 Euros, while the variant with 2 terabytes of storage costs 219.90 Euros.

The T7 Shield can be purchased for a total cost of EUR 429.90 when it is configured with 4TB of storage space. The versions that have a storage capacity of 1 terabyte (TB) and 2 terabytes (TB) are currently available for purchase, but the model that has a capacity of 4 TB will not be available for purchase until the 17th of January, 2023. Samsung’s T7 Shield is a credit card-sized portable solid state drive (SSD) that features a design that is as rugged as it is compact.  It has been examined, and the IP65 certification was awarded to it in recognition of its resistance to dust and water. In addition to this, it is resilient enough to survive drops from heights of up to three metres.

This PCIe NVMe SSD supports read and write speeds of up to 1,050Mbps and 1,000Mbps, respectively. Additionally, it offers a USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C connection for connecting purposes. It does not feature a fingerprint scanner like the one that is on the T7, however the data can still be protected with a password. It is compatible with the operating systems Windows, macOS, and Android in that order. It is available in a number of colours, including beige, black, and blue, among others.