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DT200 Kingston DataTraveler USB Flash Drives Retired Discontinued. Only Remaining Market Left Appears For Counterfeits And Fake DT-200s. More Recent Kingston USB Flash Drives Cheaper Than DT200.

June 26, 2011 by

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Did you know Kingston Technologies no longer offers Kingston DT200 usb flash drives, DT-200 manufacturing discontinued. Does this mean you can find a bargain for DT200/32GB, DT200/64GB or DT/128GB on the internet, a cheap clearance price? No. You are unlikely to get a real capacity DT200 DataTraveler inexpensively. The DT200 was a very expensive usb […]

Sony 256GB USB Flash Drive Beware – eBay Guide?

June 9, 2011 by

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Have you seen warnings “BEWARE of FAKE 128GB/256GB USB Flash Drives on eBay … All Sony Vaio USB Flash drives available on eBay are counterfeit as ‘Vaio’ refers to Sony” on the internet? It’s an old story of fraud, fake usb flash drives whose flash memory chips have been upgraded – manipulated with low level […]

ALDI Australia – 8GB Flash Drives Please Test Capacity With H2testw Before Using. Supermarket Chain Receives Bad Supply Of USB Flash Drives, Newest Victim In The Fake Flash Chip Memory Wars.

June 7, 2011 by

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The Aldi Super market chain in Australia appears to be the next victim in fake flash memory acquisition. The last major retail chain reported to the FrankenFlash project was Walmart in the United States about two years ago. At that time, a very low cost usb flash drive made it’s way to the display racks. […]