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Samsung’s travel-ready rubberized T7 Shield 1TB portable SSD returns to $75 Amazon low


Update: Joining all of the models mentioned on sale down below, Amazon is now offering its best price ever on the original 500GB Samsung T7 Portable SSD down at $49.99 shipped. Regularly closer to $70 or more these days, our last mention was $60 and now the new $50 all-time low. USB 3.2 action, USB-C connectivity, gray and blue colorways (at the discounted rate), and the same 1,050MB/s as detailed below on the T7 Shield model. The 1TB version has now dropped even lower again to $69.58 shipped and the 2TB model has now dropped down to $113.03 shipped, both new Amazon all-time lows.

Amazon is now offering the Samsung T7 Shield 1TB Portable Solid-State Drive down at $74.99 shipped in all three colorways. This model launched in April 2022 as the latest in the Samsung portable lineup at $135 shipped. Today’s offer returns it to the Amazon all-time low for the first time after a brief drop back in April of this year, coming in at well below the $110 regular price directly from Samsung. Last time we saw this low price hit, it was only on the blue model but this time around all three variants are up for grabs with a major discount. Whether you’re looking to upgrade your at-home rig or just something compact that packs away in your travel kit this summer to store content, the T7 Shield is a notable option with a water-resistant and shock-absorbing rubber shield, as the name suggests. It is otherwise very much the same as the standard T7 (that is on sale for $70 right now) outside of the slightly smaller footprint and the aforementioned ridged shell for grip and protection. Features include up to 1,050MB/s speeds, USB 3.2 Gen2 support, USB-C connectivity, and an IP65 rating to protect against water, dust, and more. Get a complete breakdown in our hands-on review and head below for more. 


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