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Posted by Anonymous on
Yes, this is common......i stay in bangalore but I had visited Delhi once and I purchased Kingston Data Traveller at (Palika Bazaar) n the box had 8 GB on it and it was a sealed pack.....i connected the same to my PC and checked it said it is full.....I formatted it and then I came to know that it was not 8 GB but it was 512 MB......
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