Whether you’re a budding new photographer taking pictures here, there and everywhere or a professional studio, the amount of data needed these days seems to be ever increasing. Similarly some of our own personal usage can easily start running into the 1000’s of images on your hard drive.
USB flash drives are now a part of our daily lives from having them on our key rings to USB’s being used as giveaway promotional items. 80% of the orders we've fulfilled in the last year have been supplied as USB 2.0 instead of USB 3.0 but there does seem to be more enquiries for the newer version.
The Compact Disc became commercially available in 1982. Originally CDs were used for storing audio data, but with the advancement of DVD (Digital Versatile Discs) and CD-ROMs (Compact Disc read-only memory); these plastic discs can now be used for storing computer software, games, and films. More recently, Blu-ray discs have been developed as the successor to DVDs.