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MailPix Picture Keeper {Review}

Disclosure: This could be a sponsored post or contain affiliate links (which means I earn a percentage of the sale), but all opinions are strictly my own.

Have you ever been asked what you would grab if your house was on fire?  Of course, my first answer is my kids, then our coats, and then I’m stumped because the next most important things are our memories!  Our pictures!  I can’t lug the whole tethered computer out the burning building.  The camera only has a few leftovers on the camera card, and I don’t even know what our external hard drive looks like.  Then we come to the next issue–are all of the pictures I want on said object that I’m taking with me?  Have I saved everything in the right folders?  What about our wedding photos?  Pictures from my high school musical?  Yesterday’s afternoon playing in the snow?  How am I going to FIND all of these pictures in their various archives to even begin one collective folder?


The magical Picture Keeper I just got from MailPix is easing all of these worries.  Without having to upload any special software, this gadget searches and finds all your pictures on your computer.  When it comes across the same picture in multiple folders, it only saves it once, which eliminates extra copies of the same thing.  This is genius!


I plugged in my little Picture Keeper and felt the worry of losing precious memories slowly melt away.  I should have done this a long time ago.  Other things I like about the MailPix Picture Keeper:

  • It’s basically a USB drive–small, compact, portable.
  • I can delete pictures off of it to make space for new pictures as I upload them onto my computer.
  • I can customize the search folders or file types, which means it can also store videos!
  • After the first backup, it only copies pictures that were added or changed

The only let-down was that after the Picture Keeper did its business searching and copying pictures, it said it was full (and only could copy 1450 pictures), and that I still had 26,942 pictures left to copy.  Haha, I know I have a ridiculous amount of pictures on my computer, so this actually didn’t surprise me.  If you have normal picture-taking habits, one Picture Keeper might suit you fine.

But do you see the value and peace of mind that makes this worth every penny?  And it just so happens that getting your hands on one of these won’t cost you a penny at all.  MailPix is offering the free gift of a picture keeper with each order!  picturekeeper-offer

Seriously, go order some pictures or make a photo calendar or something, and get your free Picture Keeper with your order!

*This posting was sponsored by MailPix, but all opinions are strictly my own


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