Samsung has introduced its latest external storage device, the PSSD T7 Shield, which comes with 4 TB of storage. The external storage device is powered by USB 3.2 Gen2 and embedded PCI NVMe technology that offers read/write speeds up to 1,050/1,000 MB/s. The download time from a laptop is also reduced to 8.0 seconds for a 4K quality 4.8 GB video and 4.4 seconds for a full HD 3GB video. Additionally, this latest SSD is up to 9.5 times quicker than external hard disc drives.
“The upgraded PSSD T7 Shield offers premium experience and convenience with increased 4 terabytes storage capacity. This storage device has been developed after considering various metrics and use cases and is the ultimate storage device for today’s dynamos and go-getters who seek enhanced performance and low-latency during data transfer,” said Puneet Sethi, Vice President, Consumer Electronics Enterprise Business, Samsung India.
“We understand the evolving needs of our customers who prefer products that are compatible, innovative, durable and affordable and Samsung PSSD T7 Shield is just that,” he said.
The PSSD T7 Shield is an IP65-certifieddevice making it water and dust resistant and is shock-resistant from drops of up to three meters. The PSSD T7 Shield has 4 TB storage, which means maximum storage at minimum weight and absolutely no handling hassle.
The 4 TB PSSD T7 Shield is priced between the range of INR 30,000 and 35,000. It will be available at all Samsung retail stores, leading consumer electronics stores and across online platforms, including Samsung’s official online store Samsung Shop.
Consumers will be offered a 3-year limited warranty on the PSSD T7 Shield.