I bought an Intel 40GB SSD to put into my father's computer before upgrading it to Windows 7 and low and behold, I received this inside the box. It was completely sealed in the bag and everything. When I went to return it, the sales associates were giving me a hard time at first but the manager looked up the item and realized that the box I had was a returned item meaning someone bought it, kept the real SSD, and returned it with a fake SSD. The sticker looks perfect and it was sealed better than Intel's usual sticker seal. It was completely in an antistatic bag that I had to use scissors to open. LOL at a spindle on an SSD.