Technology has created a trail of lives, with photographs, statuses and videos detailing people’s past in crisp, vivid detail. But for some, those memories contain gaps, with whole portions of lives missing from their digital memories due to being trapped on memory cards that cannot be accessed.
Despite many seemingly accepting that these memories are lost forever, Data Memory Systems, one of the US’ leading suppliers of computer storage and accessories, has urged people to set their memories free by investing in simple and affordable memory card readers and adaptors.
A spokesperson from Data Memory Systems, said, “Technology has brought many benefits, including capturing life events and memories. But this reliance on technology has also meant that many of these important parts of lives are only kept on memory cards and devices, and as a consequence, never see the light of day. But these images and videos were captured for a reason, so it’s important they can be accessed.”
Memory cards have been around for more than 20 years, but it is only since the 2000s when demand for storage on mobile phones increased and they were made smaller, cheaper and with larger capacities than ever before, that they really become common. Often used in digital and video cameras and mobile phones, there have been billions sold worldwide in all shapes, sizes and capacities. And as time has gone on, many of these cards no longer fit modern devices, with reliable SD cards leaving XD and mini SD cards to sit dormant. But memory card readers can set free old images and videos and allow them to be stored on more modern devices – such as hard drives or even newer memory cards – to ensure they are enjoyed forever.
Data Memory Systems stocks numerous memory card readers, ideal for exploring old memories. The company also boasts one of the largest ranges of computer memory on the internet. From RAM to specialized Windows memory and hard drives, the company prides itself on its great value, quality equipment to enable owners to get the most out of their devices.
To find out more about the company and browse the range available to purchase, visit the website: www.datamemorysystems.com