New all-rounder from Samsung

Whether for business users, multi-device users, outdoor enthusiasts, professional photographers, creative people or people working in the trade: the new storage medium SSD T7 Shield from Samsung defies both the weather and falls and impresses with its speed.

Die Samsung T7-Family welcomes a new addition: the T7 Shield in finishes with a terabyte or two. Be it a PC, Mac, tablet, smartphone, game console or film and television camera – that portable storage medium attaches to one variety of devices connect.

In classic black: The T7 Shield with a device dimensions of 88 x 59 x 13 millimeters has an optimal grip. Photo: © Samsung

“Our new portable SSD is a high performance Allrounder“, explained Daniel Maric, IM Storage Product Manager at Samsung Electronics Germany. “Regardless of whether you are a business user who works with different devices every day, outdoor friends, professional photographers, creative people or people who work in the trades: the T7 Shield protects the data thanks to the IP65 certification not only from water and dust, but also provides very good write and read speeds of up to 1,050MB/s.”

Safe and handy

Next to the Protection against water, rain and dust ensures the IP65-certified T7 Shield Impact resistance and integrity – even in the event of an impact from a height of up to three meters.

The handy credit card-shaped, rubberized housing conducts heat only slightly and is convincing in this way even at higher temperatures. If it does get too hot, check the device with DTG (Dynamic Thermal Guard) automatically adjusts its speed to keep the temperature below 60°C.

To Samsung ElectronicsThe company is constantly working on the development of new televisions, smartphones, wearables, tablets, household appliances, network systems as well as storage, semiconductor and LED products – with the aim of making people’s lives better ideas and technologies to improve.

More information on the Samsung website.What: SamsungDHB now also digital!Simply click here and register for the digital DHB!

Text: / handwerksblatt.de

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