The Samsung SSD T7 Shield is an ultra-compact portable hard drive. It’s also a tad different in looks and style than you would expect from standard storage as it features a rubberised outer and shapely form.
It’s tactile and nicely designed to make it aesthetically pleasing and functional. The T7 has been designed to be used on the move, so it is BUS powered, meaning that all the power it needs is provided by the USB Type-C cable that connects it to your machine.
Then there’s the rubberised outer, which feels nice, but also means that it stays put when you put it on a car bonnet or surface that isn’t a desk.
Inside is where things get interesting with a compact SSD that Samsung states will enable transfer speeds of up to 1050MB/s. These speeds are not groundbreaking by any means, but then what is, is the ability to keep these speeds up for hours, if not days, without a break.
The SSD T7 Shield is designed for heavy workloads on the move and is ready for all creators, videographers and photographers.