Mr Memory offer a range of fast and secure shipping options to more than 130 countries worldwide. We regularly supply major companies in Europe and our large and diverse overseas client base includes Music Companies, Schools, Hospitals, Government Organisations and Banks.
We ship overseas orders using only the best carriers including UPS, FedEx Express, Interlink Express and the Royal Mail to ensure fast and safe delivery of your goods.
For a list of shipping options please click here.
Mr Memory® has continued to grow over the past 12 months expanding it’s customer base, product range and staff as well as refining the website and internal systems. The quality of our customer service and products has taken us to a new level where Mr Memory® is recognised as a leading supplier of computer memory upgrades across the globe.
To protect the Mr Memory® brand and to help drive the business forward, Mr Memory® is now a registered trade mark.
Watch this space for more exciting new products and services coming soon.
Mr Memory have hit yet another milestone with 4,000 independent reviews on the Trustpilot review system. We also have a score of 9.9 out of 10 and are ranked Top 3 out of 351 in the Electronics category.
The Trustpilot system continues to provide independent unbiased opinions of the service we provide, so don’t just take our word for it, read what our existing customers have to say about us!
We would like to thank the 4,000+ customers who have taken the time to leave a review.
Please click here to view all Mr Memory reviews on www.trustpilot.co.uk.
Today Mr Memory hit a milestone with 2,500 independent reviews on the Trustpilot review system.
Having received over 1,900 reviews in the last 3 months alone, the Trustpilot system has proven to be a very popular addition to the Mr Memory shopping experience.
Independent reviews provide our customers with useful unbiased opinions of the service we provide and reviews can only be submitted by ‘real’ customers that have placed an order with Mr Memory.
We would like to thank the 2,500+ customers that have taken the time to leave a review.
Click here to view all Mr Memory reviews on www.trustpilot.co.uk.
If you are unsure of how to upgrade or install new memory into your computer or laptop, don’t worry as the process is very simple and Mr Memory is here to help if you get stuck.
You will find an instruction booklet enclosed with your order explaining the basic steps to install your new memory modules, and if you need further guidance we recommend you take a look at the installation videos below.
This week Mr Memory has welcomed on-board two new members of staff, Kevin & Laura.
Both Kevin & Laura will start working in our dispatch department to get a good feel for the business and to really get a hands on experience of the products we supply and the procedures we follow to ensure safe delivery of every order. It also gives them an understanding of the size of the business and the speed in which we process and dispatch customer orders. Continue reading
So Apple have unveiled the New iPad, with its 5MP iSight Camera capable of recording 1080p HD Video, a Dual-core Apple A5X chip that drives more power to all 3.1 million pixels in the new Retina Display. Also included is Ultra-fast Wireless to help you fill up to 64Gb of music, films and more importantly many of the 25 Billion apps that are now available in the App store… and all of this for the same price as the iPad 2!!!!
Click here to see what BBC News are saying about the New iPad.
Adding more memory to a computer system will increase the performance, (usually quite dramatically).
When there isn’t enough room in memory for all the information the CPU needs it has to get some memory from somewhere, so the computer sets up what’s known as a virtual memory file. Continue reading
The term “memory” refers to RAM (Random Access Memory). A computer uses RAM to hold temporary instructions and data needed to complete tasks. This enables the computer’s CPU (Central Processing Unit) to access instructions and data stored in memory very quickly.
This starts when you enter a command from your keyboard or mouse. The CPU interprets the command and instructs the hard drive to load the command or program into memory. Continue reading
Welcome to the new Mr Memory blog.
Over the coming days and weeks we will be adding loads of useful information such as FAQ’s and more detailed installation advice.
We will also be letting you know about new products and the latest industry news.
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