Samsung announced the launch of a new line of portable, rugged SSDs, the T7 Shield. The T7 Shield features the T7, that boasts “incredibly fast speeds in a sleek design”, as well as the T7 Touch, a portable SSD that features a built-in fingerprint sensor for an extra layer of security.
Samsung are especially proud of the T7 Shield’s durability, which is shock-resistant from drops of up to 3m, and IP64-certified as dust and water resistant, making it a welcome companion for outdoor content creators.
Should you find yourself curious about the T7 Shield SSDs, you won’t have to wait long to check them out. In fact, they’re available now from the Samsung Online Shop here. Available in 1TB and 2TB, the T7 Shield comes with a 3-year warranty and recommended retail prices of $239 for the 1TB and $459 for the 2TB.
In addition to new PSSDs, Samsung also have announced new SD cards, which have been specifically designed to meet the most demanding of surveillance cameras, dashcams, doorbell cams, and more. The Samsung PRO Endurance can deliver up to 16 years (140,160 hours) of continuous recording time. According to Samsung, a single PRO Endurance card can last as long as up to 33 typical speed-focused SD cards.
The PRO Endurance comes in 32GB, 64GB, 128GB and 256GB, with prices ranging from $19.95 for the 32GB, to $119.95 for the 256GB.
There’s also the new USB-C Flash Drive, featuring USB 3.0/2.0 backwards compatibility and read speeds of up to 400MB/s (3.1 USB). Samsung have designed this drive to quickly transfer content to laptops, tablets, smartphones and cameras.
Available now, the USB-C Flash Drive comes in storage capacities in 64, 128, and 256GB with recommended prices starting at $24.95 for the 64GB and $80.00 for the 256GB.