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04. 17. 2006

USB Data Link Transfer Cable


Speaking as someone with a wireless LAN at home, sometimes the best way to transfer data is through a cable. Sometimes. Well for those "sometimes" this USB Data Link Transfer Cable looks pretty good. It's cheap (only $19.99) and will allow both parties to drag and drop files to each other's PC. It supports data transfer at speeds up to 25Mb/Sec, is USB 2.0 compliant, and works with all versions of Windows. (Yeah, that's sucky. No Mac support - but really, wouldn't Mac users go for something more elegant anyway?)

Posted by Katherine    Category: devices
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Naturally. Mac users have firewire - and there's always wired lan as a back-up.

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