Samsung’s first “unbreakable” SSD. The company is preparing to introduce a protected external SSD

Samsung is preparing to introduce a new rugged external SSD. Accidentally or not, a promotional poster was published by the Indian division of the company.

It’s unclear when to expect the announcement, but Samsung promises it will happen soon. The poster doesn’t describe any other features, but you can see the protective case, the USB-C port and the indicator light.

There is an assumption that we are talking about a protected version of the model Portable T7, which was released back in 2020. However, we can hardly call it obsolete. It has a data transfer rate of 1000 MB/s and is equipped with a USB-C 3.2 port. On the other hand, Samsung may well use the same name, but a completely different component base.

It’s worth noting that the T7 model itself has a margin of safety. Samsung says that the device can withstand a fall from a height of up to 2 meters thanks to its aluminum body. But the novelty, which is captured in the image, clearly should be even more resistant to various influences.

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