I was reading online about getting a hardware wallet/vs a paper wallet, and some comments online were mentioning that "Tech changes so quickly that in 16 years the hardware wallet might be completely unsupported. Perhaps the usb connection it uses will no longer be available at all. Maybe the company that made that wallet goes under. Sound too risky to me". I found this really interesting, as I had never thought about the technical limitations. At the same time, it seems a bit crazy that those things would happen. Even if the company goes under, you still have your wallet and keys. Even if it isnt the same type of USB, getting an older computer with a USB with it is definitely possible.
I thought a hardware wallet was one of the more secure ways to store crypto, are these fears legitimate?