Samsung has announced its new range of storage devices – the Portable SSD T7 whcih is compact external storage device and the internal 870 QVO SSD which is one of the world’s largest client Solid-State Drive (SSD) that comes with up to 8TB capacity.
The Samsung’s Portable SSD T7 comes with a compact design and one of the fastest transfer speeds currently available based on the USB 3.2 Gen 2 standard. This business card sized portable SSD can hold up to 2TB of data.
The Portable SSD T7 can reach maximum read and write speed of 1,050MB/s and 1,000MB/s, respectively. This is nearly twice as fast as its predecessor, the Portable SSD T5. For photographers, console gamers, archiving users, media and business professionals looking for external storage, this is an option you could consider.
The Portable SSD T7 is lightweight and has a slim metal body design. It is powered by a PCIe NVMe interface and comes with a promise of durability and shock resistance technology which has an AES 256-bit hardware encryption for better security. Utilising the DTG (Dynamic Thermal Guard) and ePCM (Encapsulated Phase Change Material) the SSD T7 protects user data from thermal damage by maintaining optimal operating temperature to avoid low-temperature burns.
On the other hand, the internal 870 QVO SSD is a second-generation quad-level cell (QLC) flash drive. It features an industry-leading capacity of up to 8TB and is an ideal solution for general users who require terabyte capacity SSDs for an improved everyday computing experience.
The internal 870 QVO SSD has read and write speeds of up to 560 MB/s and 530 MB/s, respectively, hitting the limit of performance available with SATA interface. The TurboWrite technology of the drive allows it to maintain peak performance levels using a large variable SLC buffer. Compared to its predecessor, the 870 QVO provides 13% improved random read speed which enhances daily computing experience like gaming, web browsing etc.