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Submission + - Kingston and PNY caught bait-and-switching cheaper components after good reviews

An anonymous reader writes: Over the past few months, we’ve seen a disturbing trend from first Kingston, and now PNY. Manufacturers are launching SSDs with one hardware specification, and then quietly changing the hardware configuration after reviews have gone out. The impacts have been somewhat different (more on that) but in both cases, unhappy customers are loudly complaining that they’ve been cheated, tricked into paying for a drive they otherwise wouldn’t have purchased.
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Kingston and PNY caught bait-and-switching cheaper components after good reviews

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