This smart little device, called PhotoStick can prevent a catastrophe from happening. You’d be surprised how common it is to lose all family photos and memories in a computer crash. Electronics simply isn’t built to last anymore. Back in the day, you’d worry about losing your possessions to a fire – today you need to protect yourself against electronics failure. It always happens, it’s just a matter of time.
It has happened to me twice. The first time it happened was in 2005 – the hard-drive on my HP computer wouldn’t start anymore. The monitor just remained black, and I was devastated that all my photos of grandchildren, wedding video and much more was lost forever. This story actually has a happy ending – I was able to recover everything because I sent the hard-drive to my friend who’s something of a technical genius – he was able to extract my priceless memories from it, but I was very lucky to have such a knowledgeable friend. I haven’t dared to ask him, but he’s an FBI agent and I honestly suspect that he might have used the FBI lab to recover my photos..
The second time my computer crashed I wasn’t as lucky. The charisma of Steve Jobs convinced me to switch to Mac, and it’s always said how they rarely break down. But that was not enough to protect me, one faithful day my Macbook stopped working, and this time, it wasn’t due to a computer malfunction. My laptop was literally struck by lightning. Sometimes freak accidents just happen, and rarely when you expect them to. The only way to stay protected is to backup your photos and videos far away from your computer.
Electronics are made to conduct electricity, so when they get struck by lightning they are absolutely fried with no hope of recovering any files. I wish I had a Photostick back then..
I have certainly learned my lesson – I am now an enthusiastic owner of a Photostick. A few times per year, I plug it into my computer and click ‘Go’ and then it automatically scans every folder and file on my computer, and identifies any new photos and movies that it hasn’t already backed up. Then it saves it all, and it can store up to 60,000 photos and videos. I like to take a lot of photos, but that’s plenty even for me.
You can get a flash drive for a slightly lower price than Photostick, but you could have done that yesterday, so how come you didn’t do it? I know the answer – it’s a lot of work to scan your computer, organize and backup everything on it – so it’s one of those boring things that you postpone and never actually get done.
Photostick is so easy to use, it’s actually fun. It’s like using a vacuum cleaner for the first time instead of a broom!
31% of PC users have lost all of their files due to events beyond their control. Don’t risk it. Your memories are too important, and safekeeping them forever is easy with Photostick.
UPDATE: As of Photostick is offering a very good discount on their official website
Have you tried Photostick? Please leave a comment below.
I had a grand total of about 60,000 images, with many duplicates. This little “stick” managed to eliminate the duplicates so that I now have about 24,000 originals preserved forever in a fire-proof vault, a cost-free and independent method of safekeeping.
Fire-proof vault? You sound like a Bond villain
This thing is amazing! Plugged it into my iMac and it found all my pics and saved them. 85,000+ pics saved! Saved storage space on my computer and now I have all of these memories over the past decade saved in a safe place
I sleep extra good at night now, knowing that all my family photos are secure forever.
The Photo Stick works just the way it says it does; very easy to use. I checked it when done, and there were my pictures. There is so much room on the stick that I should be able to use it for years to backup documents and pictures.
I got a discount code that you can use. Click here to get your discount. I hope it works, and that you will enjoy your Photostick as much as I enjoy mine!