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    Crossbox USB Data Transfer Device

    crossbox_data_transfer_deviceThere are a lot of ways to transfer data between two PCs – some convenient and some not. A network or direct cable connection will definitely get the job done but sometimes these aren’t an option. A USB flash drive or portable hard drive combined with ye olde Sneakernet is certainly easy but not very fun or efficient. So, what to do?

    The USB Data Transfer Device is a product that offers the perfect solution – simply plug it in and start transferring your data between two computers. The built-in software shows a split screen view on both computers (showing the current computer and the other computer) allowing you to simply drag and drop what you want to the other computer. The device will support data transfer at speeds up to 25Mb/Sec and has a 4 foot retractable USB cable. It is incredibly simple to use and is compact for easy storage and travel.crossbox_data_transfer_device_sharing

    * USB 2.0 compliant (USB 1.1 compatible)
    * Transfer up to 25 MB/s
    * Cable length: approximately 4 feet (121 cm)
    * USB powered
    * Retractable USB cables
    * Blue LED indicator light
    * Compatible with Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP
    * Dimensions: 3.7″ x 2.7″ x .75″ (9.4 x 6.8 x 1.9 cm)

    Via: Think Geek

    David Novak
    David Novak
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