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Samsung MU-PC2T0R/WW T7 2TB USB3.2 Type-C Aluminium Case Portable SSD, Metallic Red

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2 TB
T7
Metallic Red
Brand Samsung
Digital Storage Capacity 2 TB
Hardware Interface USB 3.1 Type C
Read Speed 1050 Megabytes Per Second
Compatible Devices Gaming Console, Desktop, Tablet, Smartphone

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  • Light, pocket-sized Portable SSD T7
  • Delivers fast speeds with easy and reliable data storage for transferring large files
  • Transfer massive files within seconds with the incredible speed of USB 3.2 Gen 2
  • Embedded PCIe NVMe technology delivers blazing fast sequential read/write speeds of up to 1,050/1,000 MB/s, respectively
  • Advanced heat control
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Capacity:2 TB  |  Style Name:T7  |  Colour:Metallic Red

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Capacity:2 TB  |  Style Name:T7  |  Colour:Metallic Red

The metallic red colour 2 TB light, pocket-sized Portable SSD T7 delivers fast speeds with easy and reliable data storage for transferring large files. Whether you're storing critical business documents, games or movies, the Portable SSD T7 gives you speed and durability in a palm-sized package. Introducing the new standard in external storage. Transfer massive files within seconds with the incredible speed of USB 3.2 Gen 2 on the T7. The embedded PCIe NVMe technology delivers blazing-fast sequential read/write speeds of up to 1,050/1,000 MB/s, respectively, making the T7 almost twice as fast as the previous T5 model. Unlike HDDs, the Portable SSD T7 has no moving parts so it's more resistant to shock. Plus, its solid aluminium unibody construction adds further protection, keeping your data safe from falls of up to 6 feet. The T7 is confidently backed by a 3-year limited warranty. Use T7 without the worry of overheating. Its advanced thermal solution uses ePCM technology and Dynamic Thermal Guard to withstand and control heat, so the Portable SSD stays at an optimal temperature even at fast speeds. Roughly the size of a credit card and only weighing 2 ounces, the T7 fits comfortably in the palm of your hand and is light enough to take your files on the go. The T7 comes embedded with software to help you set up a password to get the latest firmware updates for your PC, Mac or Android mobile devices. You can also download the mobile app for Android smartphones and tablets. The T7 is compatible with PC, Mac, Android devices, gaming consoles and more. Included in the box are USB Type C-to-C and Type C-to-A cables for added convenience. Interface: USB 3.2 (Gen2, 10Gbps) Backwards Compatible.


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Nekro
5.0 out of 5 stars Eine perfekte Weiterentwicklung
Reviewed in Germany on 26 February 2020
Capacity: 500 GBStyle Name: T7 TouchColour: BlackVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Eine perfekte Weiterentwicklung
Reviewed in Germany on 26 February 2020
Am 22.08.2018 veröffentlichte ich meine Rezension zur Samsung SSD T5. Ich war damals sehr begeistert von der Perfektion und bin es auch heute noch. Nun halte ich jedoch den Nachfolger - die T7 - in den Händen. Ich möchte hiermit meine Einschätzung zum Nachfolger abgeben.

Aufgrund der als sehr positiv bewerteten Rezension werde ich diese übernehmen und lediglich an den Stellen anpassen, an denen sich etwas verändert hat.

Rezension:
Ich bin technisch sehr versiert und baue auch meine PCs selbst zusammen. In all den Jahren habe ich eins gelernt:

Wer Leistung will, muss dafür auch bezahlen.

Für alle, die vor der Fragen stehen, ob sie sich diese SSD kaufen sollen:

Samsung ist in vielen Bereichen gut, neben dem Smartphone-Sektor ist Samsung aber vorallem im Bereich der SSDs der Marktführer. Das liegt daran, dass Samsung die SSD-Technik mit hohem Einsatz vorantreibt und anderen Unternehmen oft um Jahre voraus ist.
Und dies zeigt sich auch in der nun mittlereile 4. Generation der T-Serie - und damit zum Produkt.

Die Samsung T7 ist etwa so groß wie eine EC-Karte, ist spielend leicht und besteht (das Gehäuse betreffend) vorwiegend aus Metall. Gegenüber dem Vorgänger T5 ist die T7 etwas länger, dafür aber auch flacher geworden. Zudem fühlt sich das Metallgehäuse noch wertiger an. Die SSD ist in den Größen 500GB, 1TB und 2TB verfügbar. Alle drei Varianten sind in schwarz und silber erhältlich. Es ist nicht unwahrscheinlich, dass Samsung wie bei der T5 weitere Farben nachgelegt. Die T7 verfügt über einen USB 3.1 Gen2 Anschluss mit USB-C Stecker. Damit ist die T7 auf dem heutigen Stand der Technik. Um die Verwirrung um USB aufzulösen:
USB 3.1 (= USB 3.0) = 5 Gbit/s.
USB 3.1 Gen2 = 10 Gbit/s
USB 3.1 Gen2x2 (noch nicht auf dem Markt) = 20 Gbit/s
In der Namensgebung ist auch USB 3.2 Gen2x2 für die letztere Version möglich.

Die T7 arbeitet über einen Controller, der PCIe NVME in USB umwandelt. Somit umgeht Samsung endlich den Flaschenhals des SATA III Controllers der T5. Die T7 wird somit durch den USB Port limitiert. Der Nachfolger dürfte dank USB 4.0 doppelt so schnell sein. Der USB Port schafft Netto 1250 MB/s, wovon die T7 1050 MB/s erreichen soll. Diese Angaben beziehen sich stets auf die Lesegeschwindigkeit. Diese Geschwindigkeiten erreicht die T7 auch durchaus. Die Differenz von 200 MB/s entstehen durch normale, technische Verluste und wahrscheinlich der Tatsache, dass NVME Controller noch relativ neu sind. Mit der X5 hat Samsung bereits gezeigt, wo die Zukunft hingeht.

Leider gibt es die T7, wie schon die T5, mit maximal 2TB. Dadurch sind die Preise pro GB nicht allzu stark gesunken. Die T7 kostet aktuell etwa 145€ für 500GB. Die T5 liegt bei 90€, allerdings mit technischen Einbußen. Somit ist der Preis mehr als akzeptabel, da es keine vergleichbaren externen SSDs gibt. Interne SSDs sind jedoch schon deutlich günstiger zu haben. So bekommt man 1TB (Samsung 860 Evo) bereits für 150€. Diese ist auf dem Niveau der T5 und ist seit damals um 50€ billiger geworden.

Wer eine feste SSD für einen PC sucht, sollte also zur 860 Evo greifen oder als Pendant zur T7 eine NVME SSD einbauen. Hier erreicht Samsung jedoch bereits das dreifache der T7. Für alle, die ein portables Speichermedium suchen, finden mit der T7 das Non-Plus-Ultra im Jahr 2020.

Dies ist auch auf die zweitwichtigste Neuerung zurückzuführen. Die Samsung T7 verfügt über eine AES 256-bit Verschlüsselung, welche die privaten Daten schützt. Zudem lässt sich nicht nur ein Passwort hinterlegen, sondern auch bis zu 4 Fingerabdrücke. Der hardwareseitige Fingerabdruckscanner arbeitet extrem präzise und schnell. Hier kann Samsung offensichtlich auf Erfahrung aus dem Smartphonesegment zurückgreifen. Die Installation ist binnen 1-2 Minuten komplett abgeschlossen.

Clever: Um den Sensor befindet sich ein LED-Ring, welcher blau zur Bestätigung leuchtet und im Uhrzeigersinn durchläuft, wenn die SSD Daten verarbeitet.

Die Kapazität entspricht den angegebenen Werten. Achtung, Windows verwendet die Größe GibiByte (1024 statt 1000 MB pro GB). Dadurch wird die SDD in Windows als kleiner angezeigt.

Wer also Leistung will, sollte zur T7 greifen, wer weder aktuelle USB Ports besitzt, noch einen Fingerabdruckscanner benötigt, kann getrost zur T5 greifen. Gerade als Speichermedium für ältere Spielekonsolen kann sich die T5 noch lohnen. Es gibt bei beiden SSDs keine negativen Punkte zu beachten.

An Bord ist bei Kauf die Passwort-Software, ein USB-C zu USB-C Kabel, sowie ein USB-C zu USB-A Kabel.

P.S.
Leider wurden die Speedtests nicht in meine Cloud geladen, weshalb ich keine Speedtests für den USB Port mit 10 Gbit/s eingefügt habe. Diese versuche ich zeitnah nachzureichen.

Edit: Ich habe die Datenraten für USB 3.1 Gen2 nun für euch hinzugefügt. Wie zu erwarten war, schafft die "kleine" 500GB Version die 1050 MB/s lesend nicht. Für die größeren Varianten erscheint dies jedoch aufgrund der guten Datenrate machbar.
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Shrikant Raut
4.0 out of 5 stars Mind the USB 3.2 Gen 2 protocol.
Reviewed in India on 20 August 2020
Capacity: 1 TBStyle Name: T7Colour: Titan GreyVerified Purchase
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4.0 out of 5 stars Mind the USB 3.2 Gen 2 protocol.
Reviewed in India on 20 August 2020
I use a Windows PC for gaming and Macbook Pro 16 for moving files around.
I bought this drive to serve both of those systems. Here are my thoughts:

- It's pretty compact in size. As big as a debit card and as thick as 4 cards approx. Comes with a type-c to type-c and a type-c to type-a cable. Both cables are short and rated as USB 3.2 Gen 2. For an SSD that costs ₹17,000, that's expected.
- Although I would really appreciate it if Samsung included a case for the drive and cables, what they've already provided is just fine.
- Check for photos compared to my mouse and keyboard.

Windows (core i7, 16GB 3200 MHz, GTX 1080) :
- Check photos for windows speeds benchmarks and copying a file.
- My Windows PC doesn't have a type-c connector, let alone 3.2 gen 2. I am having to restrict the drive to be used in the USB 3.0 configuration. Results, you ask? Well, the read and write speeds are hampered severely. While the disk management test shows close to 500 Mbps, I actually got ~320Mbps while copying a big file to the drive and back.
- While gaming, I tested Witcher 3, Metro Exodus, Borderlands 3, Batman Arkham Knight, and Horizon Zero Dawn (PC). Every game had practically 1-2 seconds of load time. Not more. All except Horizon Zero Dawn (which is not optimized for SSD on a PC as of August 2020).

MacBook Pro 16" macOS:
- My Macbook Pro though, that's a completely different story. The Macbook Pro 16 utilizes the Thunderbolt 3 protocol and scales the USB 3.1/3.2 gen 1/2 inside itself. I'm using a paid version of Microsoft's NTFS for Mac so I can use this drive back and forth. On the macOS, not just the speed test was closer to 1Gbps, even the copying speed was the same (from and to the drive). I copied an almost 15 GB file in less than 15 seconds.
- I don't do any R/W heavy tasks on my Macbook apart from transferring files here and there. So copying/pasting is probably the only thing I'll use this drive for Macbook and it performs phenomenally.
- Check photos for macOS speeds benchmarks and copying a file, and I gotta say, this is where it shines.

Conclusion:
- The price is pretty steep for the drive so your decision to get it or not should depend on whether you have the right system that utilizes the right protocol or not.
- If you don't have the USB 3.2 Gen 2, there are other better SSD alternatives. Like Seagate One Touch, or any USB 3.0 SSD for that matter. It'll cost much cheaper, technically should provide you the speed your PC is at and reasonably high speeds.
- If you have a compatible device, a deep enough pocket, and if you need such speeds then definitely go for it.

PS:
- Amazon, WTF is wrong with you people? I buy a ₹17,000/- product and you cannot package it decently?
- The SSD box was crushed while shipping. What in the crap do you think justifies shipping delicate products like these without a box and then ship freaking body lotion in thick boxes?
- I've attached pictures, please don't repeat this mistake. FU, correct this nonsense.

Fortunately, the hard drive wasn't damaged and even the seal was intact. So I cut off only one start.
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GermanShepherd
1.0 out of 5 stars Gute Idee aber Hardware/Software verbuggt.Verbindungsabbrüche
Reviewed in Germany on 16 June 2020
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Laurence Norton
3.0 out of 5 stars T7 SSD 2TB Legit drive?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 July 2020
Capacity: 2 TBStyle Name: T7Colour: Titan GreyVerified Purchase
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Tom Lynch
1.0 out of 5 stars Poor design intended to have a short life
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 18 November 2020
Capacity: 1 TBStyle Name: T7 TouchColour: BlackVerified Purchase
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