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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by Terminator02, Apr 11, 2011.
found this amusing, not sure where it belongs ;p
Lol wow. Nothing else to comment.
i'm really compelled to get one myself
hahahaha oh wow!!
i want one ^__^
nice find (Y) torentfreak ftw
I snickered. I think that this is a clever scheme. Though a bit dishonest.
it's not dishonest, it's genius
LOL. Thats a really big step in terms of ripping off people .
I did hear a lot about 1GB/2GB fakes but WOAH 500GB !
That's just incredible.
they deserve some recognition.
Steps on scamming people:
1st: grab a case and get some letters to write Samsung
2nd: grab 2 metal pieces with some weight
3rd: get a 128mb pen and put it on the usb part of the case
4th: put the 2 metal pieces to give some wait to the case
5th: create a website and announce the product as a 500GB hard-drive
isnt that genius? we gotta give credits to those chinese guys who thinks on this tactics xD
If I realized somebody had sold me this piece of shit I would kick his teeth in...and then laugh about the brilliance of the scam.
Saw this awhile ago on Kotaku
Still amazed at how it works.. Apparently, when it's (the 128MB drive) full, it will rewrite over the existing files without notifying the user and when its plugged into a computer, it will still read as 500GB of storage or something..
Mind been blown
I say it's both.
I literally lol'd at this.
That's dastardly and amazing at the same time.
(that's all i can say really )
128MB? that's still too much.
Scammers should put inside an usb stick that sends the data to /dev/null
Wow I have seen a few USB drive tweaks to appear larger but that is new.
Something like that might work well for http://hackaday.com/2010/10/30/this-is-a-p...haring-network/ as well.
That's why you don't buy hard drives direct from China via some random electronics website.