I purchased a 240GB Sandisk Extreme 500 portable SSD last spring.
I am a computer technician and have been recommending these to my clients since my own purchase.
Regrettably the connector to the USB cable broke off when I detached the cable a week ago.
Reading recent reviews on Amazon, I gather this has been a common fault in a batch manufactured last year.
I understand that Sandisk has revised the manufacturing process to eliminate this defect.
How can I tell whether a supplier is carrying the new remedied design rather than theold defective stock?
Are there different serial numbers or identifying marks on the product or the carton?
I wish to obtain a replacement, and have a number of clients who wish to purchase, but NOT if we are going to receive the
old faulty ones!
Any advice or guidance would be most welcome!