Investigation of Walmart’s XGeek M.2 Mini Solid State Drive

Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is currently investigating the XGeek M.2 mini solid state drive sold by Walmart for misleading purchasers about the amount of available storage. XGeek’s mini solid state drives claim to offer between 1 terabyte and 30 terabytes of solid state storage but researchers have found that the drives actually consist of multiple smaller drives glued together under the exterior casing. Moreover, the drives offer less storage than advertised but are programmed to appear as though they offer the amount of storage advertised. Lower than expected storage availability and malfunctioning devices have been reported online by XGeek M.2 mini solid state drive owners.

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