Scam Alert A 512 GB pendrive at 9 is not possible at least Today This and many other cheap apparently high capacity flash drives are really low capacity 4GB or 8GB drives that have been hacked controller chip settings altered by dishonest suppliers so that they show a false inflated capacity That is why their price is so low Such drives are then redistributed by a few clueless resellers and by many other fully aware resellers who are out to make a quick profit These drives will show their false capacity in Windows properties but will quietly lose or corrupt your valuable data once their true capacity is exceeded They will seem to work at first and files will look okay in their folders but you will eventually find some or all of your data unusable when played viewed or otherwise read back Your valuable data will be irretrievably lost Only a few manufacturers such as Kingston and Corsair make legitimate 512GB drives and those cost several hundred dollars as of Q4 2015 The lion s share of this cost is the memory chips themselves The circuit card case assembly costs packaging and distribution only add a few dollars

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Scam Alert! 
A 512 GB pendrive at 9$ is not possible at least Today.

This and many other cheap apparently high capacity flash drives are really low capacity 4GB or 8GB drives that have been hacked (controller chip settings altered) by dishonest suppliers so that they show a false inflated capacity. That is why their price is so low. Such drives are then redistributed by a few clueless resellers and by many other fully-aware resellers who are out to make a quick profit.

These drives will show their false capacity in Windows properties, but will quietly lose or corrupt your valuable data once their true capacity is exceeded. They will seem to work at first and files will look okay in their folders, but you will eventually find some or all of your data unusable when played, viewed, or otherwise read back. Your valuable data will be irretrievably lost.

Only a few manufacturers such as Kingston and Corsair make legitimate 512GB drives and those cost several hundred dollars (as of Q4 2015). The lion's share of this cost is the memory chips themselves. The circuit card, case, assembly costs, packaging, and distribution only add a few dollars.

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Scam Alert!
A 512 GB pendrive at 9$ is not possible at least Today.

This and many other cheap apparently high capacity flash drives are really low capacity 4GB or 8GB drives that have been hacked (controller chip settings altered) by dishonest suppliers so that they show a false inflated capacity. That is why their price is so low. Such drives are then redistributed by a few clueless resellers and by many other fully-aware resellers who are out to make a quick profit.

These drives will show their false capacity in Windows properties, but will quietly lose or corrupt your valuable data once their true capacity is exceeded. They will seem to work at first and files will look okay in their folders, but you will eventually find some or all of your data unusable when played, viewed, or otherwise read back. Your valuable data will be irretrievably lost.

Only a few manufacturers such as Kingston and Corsair make legitimate 512GB drives and those cost several hundred dollars (as of Q4 2015). The lion's share of this cost is the memory chips themselves. The circuit card, case, assembly costs, packaging, and distribution only add a few dollars.

#OnlineShopping

Scam Alert! A 512 GB pendrive at 9$ is not possible at least Today. This and many other cheap apparently high capacity flash drives are really low capacity 4GB or 8GB drives that have been hacked (controller chip settings altered) by dishonest suppliers so that they show a false inflated capacity. That is why their price is so low. Such drives are then redistributed by a few clueless resellers and by many other fully-aware resellers who are out to make a quick profit. These drives will show their false capacity in Windows properties, but will quietly lose or corrupt your valuable data once their true capacity is exceeded. They will seem to work at first and files will look okay in their folders, but you will eventually find some or all of your data unusable when played, viewed, or otherwise read back. Your valuable data will be irretrievably lost. Only a few manufacturers such as Kingston and Corsair make legitimate 512GB drives and those cost several hundred dollars (as of Q4 2015). The lion's share of this cost is the memory chips themselves. The circuit card, case, assembly costs, packaging, and distribution only add a few dollars. #OnlineShopping

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