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Samsung T7 500GB Up to 1,050MB/s USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10Gbps, Type-C) External Solid State Drive (Portable SSD) Blue (MU-PC500H)

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Samsung T7 500GB Up to 1,050MB/s USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10Gbps, Type-C) External Solid State Drive (Portable SSD) Blue (MU-PC500H)

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Specification of Samsung T7 500GB Up to 1,050MB/s USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10Gbps, Type-C) External Solid State Drive (Portable SSD) Blue (MU-PC500H)

  • Performance of up to 1,050 MB/s, up to 9.5x faster than external HDD
  • Interface: USB 3.2 Gen 2 (Up to 10Gbps). Backwards compatible. The host device and connection cable must support USB 3.2 Gen 2 to reach the maximum speed.
  • Durable: Shock resistant internal frame lets the T7 withstand falls from up to 2 meters
  • Security: Optional password protection and AES 256 bit hardware encryption
  • Windows 7 and higher, Mac OS X 10.10 and higher, or Android 5.1 (Lollipop) and higher.
  • Includes USB Type C to C and USB Type C to A cables
  • For further queries, please contact us at 1800 30 7267864
  • Country of Origin : South Korea

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Specification: Samsung T7 500GB Up to 1,050MB/s USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10Gbps, Type-C) External Solid State Drive (Portable SSD) Blue (MU-PC500H)

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‎T7

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‎Indigo Blue

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‎Portable

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‎USB 2.0/3.0

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‎PC, Mac, Android

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9 reviews for Samsung T7 500GB Up to 1,050MB/s USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10Gbps, Type-C) External Solid State Drive (Portable SSD) Blue (MU-PC500H)

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  1. Roman

    Compact, portable–fits in the palm of your hand, and looks seamless and simple. Re: speed, I think this depends on the type of usb on your computer. Note also that the max advertised SSD speeds usually are for “sequential” transfer, meaning applicable for a single large file, while most people’s transfers actually involve multiple files at once (“random”), which will be considerably slower. But this is still fast enough for my purpose (I tested mine with a disk speed read/write app, and the readings are fine)–basically I needed an SSD to store and play back large movie files. Of course, you can get an HDD for a fraction of the price, and with much more storage space–but I did not want to bother with the headache of moving parts and the risk of corrupted data long term (SSD is the future–if you start using one, you’ll probably never bother with older technology any more). I’d rather instead get multiple SSDs–in fact, getting ready to order another one. Strongly recommend the T7.

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  2. Mr F.

    Very disappointed to find that this T7 ssd was not recognised by Mac using the supplied USB-C cable but was recognised by the USB-A. Using the same USB-C a Samsung T5 and a Sandinista Extreme ssd were recognised so not the cable. Samsung software installed and made no difference, T7 just not recognised using USB-C ports, item returned for refund as I’m not chancing a replacement that might have same problem. Disappointed that Samsung website didn’t offer any solution.

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  3. Amazon Customer

    DO NOT USE THIS FOR MUSIC PRODUCTION.
    I use the NI komplete Ultimate instrument library, and whenever this things heats up during use it throttles and then completely glitches out. Not only that, but for me it’s bricked. Use another SSD instead. Don’t let the price fool you.

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  4. Kinsuk Das

    Attached screenshots which speak a thousand words.
    The first one is CrystalDiskMark values. Following are the descriptions for the 4 read/write benchmarks in case you don’t know about it :
    1. Sequential read/write speed (Most often the values advertised in webpage and close to best case scenario) with 8 queues and 1 thread in chunks on 1 Mb
    2. Sequential read/write speed with 1 queue and 1 thread in chunks of 1 MiB (a bit more realistic scenario)
    3. Random read/write with 32 queues 16 threads in chunks of 4 KiB (a bit too realistic .. doesn’t occur too often)
    P.S. you can expect your daily file/folder copies to be within range of points 2 & 3.
    4. Random read/write with 1 queues 1 threads in chunks of 4 KiB (close to worst case scenario timings)

    The second picture is copying a 40gb game folder from PC (raid 0 NVMe Gen3 ssd) to Samsung T7 1TB via Type-C to Type-C cable.
    With Type-C to Type-A 3.0 you should except half of the above numbers.
    One weird thing I noticed, is the first time I tried benchmarking it, it only gave 45 mbps tops. Got me all panicky and stuff. But then second run onwards it gave a stable > 500 mbps random write speeds. Probably happened due to first time firmware installations … idk ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ .
    In case you are getting less than 100 Mbps I would recommend to disconnect, and connect again a few times, before contacting samsung support (if they reply at all).
    I am happy with my product hence leaving a 5 star as on this date.

    If you have read till this point, an additional warning before buying. Check the specifications of your own device from which you plan to store data. You need to have a greater than Gen-2 (type-C/type-A) usb interface for best performance, otherwise you are just not utlizing the maximum performance.

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  5. Aubrey

    Hi,

    Bought this in prep for a PS5 to bring my PS4 library to it.

    But first – Connected this up to my PS4 (Standard and a Pro) and it was so easy to use…just a few clicks on the PS4 menus and it was ready to use and was able to transfer the games from the internal to this drive.

    The transfer speed is held up by the PS4 itself so I won’t claim it was fast or slow…it was ok and better than a HDD but I didn’t really time it.

    The main thing I would like to highlight is speed of loading up a game.

    1) Battlefield V on internal took 50 seconds and with it on the SSD it took 32 seconds (not too bad)
    2) Just cause on internal took 30 seconds and with it on the SSD it took 24 seconds (not really mind blowing)

    So hopefully if my PS5 turns up I will update this review to give an update on how this SSD works on it.

    But so far thumbs up.

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  6. Laurence Norton

    The drive seems to perform as expected. However, having had read reports of fake drives I decided to check with Samsung magician. The drive is not detectable by the software and the firmware shows as ‘0’. I can see that the drive had previously been opened and I am concerned about the authenticity of this product. I have contacted Samsung for advice.

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  7. Shrikant Raut

    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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  8. bekz

    I’ve a high-end PC but still got only 446MB/s. I’ll trying out the various setting on this to ensure I’m using params as that of what Samsung recommends to see if it reaches the claimed speeds.

    None the less, Samsung makes the best NVMe chips & got a great deal during primeday @12.6K. The build is rugged, size is smaller than I expected & is easy to carry around.

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  9. Mr. A

    (Im not sure why the review system is asking me to review things like “warmth” and “thickness”. Perhaps this listing has been repurposed to farm reviews from a blanket).

    The Samsung T7 is the first SSD I’ve bought for external use (I’ve used internal ones for many years).

    I got this one to install PS4 games on PS5 because storage is limited and an HDD is slow.

    PS5 has 10Gb USB ports (all except the type-A on the front which is for charging and is USB2) so a good, fast SSD is worth while.

    My benchmark game for load times is The Outer Worlds; not because it’s a great game, but because the load times made it unplayable on PS4.

    On PS4, load times for this game averaged about 50-60 seconds. On this external drive , on PS5 they averaged about 20 seconds.

    Working out a rough write speed by copying Destiny 2 from PS5 internal to this T7 (1TB) I calculated a write speed of 360MB/s.

    This is much lower than the advertised speed, but it’s quite likely due to quirks of the PS5 and the files being copied rather than the drive.

    All in all, I’ve had this drive plugged into the back of the PS5 for nearly a month now, all my games I have been playing from it with good to great loading times and no issues.

    I paid £109 on sale for the 1TB, red coloured drive in Nov 2020, this was a good price at the time.

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    Samsung T7 500GB Up to 1,050MB/s USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10Gbps, Type-C) External Solid State Drive (Portable SSD) Blue (MU-PC500H)
    Samsung T7 500GB Up to 1,050MB/s USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10Gbps, Type-C) External Solid State Drive (Portable SSD) Blue (MU-PC500H)

    IN 12,999.00 IN 6,537.00

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