One of our clients, who recently bought a SSD Adapter from us, let us $ Preview break a current hardware counterfeiting of SSD:
He had purchased a 512GB SSD Tanscend on Amazon. This was used with the appropriate adapter and appear in Device Manager as his computer surprisingly LiteOn 128MB.
After a call at Amazon labeled the wrong SSD was withdrawn immediately, the customer subsequently bought a new Transcend 512MB, when now the drinsteckt what it says on the label.
The LiteOn SSD used for counterfeiting costs can currently be for less than 60, - EUR buy. The Transcend 512MB other hand, costs 230.00.
So be careful when purchasing new SSD.
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