Man Buys A Portable Hard Drive Stuffed with Metal Junk from Chinese Vendor
June 12, 2012 | by: Chris Chang
Remember the Russian guy who got fooled with a 128MB hard drive
? But hey, he is not the only one. A Chinese man who previously bought a 160GB hard disk with only 220RMB ($35) on Taobao. And finally, it turns out to be a fake hard drive that packs with various machining parts and a USB drive. Let’s go and check it out after the break.
The casing carries the SAMSUNG brand and a stamp of “Made in HONG KONG” at the rear. We wonder when did Hong Kong start to manufacture hard drives?
Copper shafts and nuts randomly attached to the casing by glass cement.Source: Cfan (Chinese translated)
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