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Windows 7 Driverless Data Transfer Cable

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  • Transfer Files and Data from one PC directly to another PC
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8
  • USB 2.0 transfer rates up to 480Mbps (25-30MB/sec)
  • No drivers necessary, device installes and uninstalls itself.
  • Utilizes OTi OTi002108-G Chip, 6 foot cable length
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004GIGNVC
  • Item model number: GM-PCLINK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (113 customer reviews)

Product Description

Introduction:
The GM-PCLINK cable allows quick and easy transferring of files from one Windows computer to another. It features an easy split-screen drag and drop explorer window, which displays both the Host and Remote computer while you are transferring files. Built-in ferrite ring reduces interference for super fast transfers.

Product Details:
The new OTi Chip inside this USB Data transfer link cable is flash programmable to update the EasySuite Software that is burned into the Chip, so there is no driver installation required! Just plug it in and start transferring!

Additional Features & Specifications:
Direct cable link of two PCs via the USB port / Plug and Play with hot plug
Over current protection
6 foot total cable length
USB 2.0 transfer rates up to 480 Mbps (backwards compatible with USB 1.1 rates of up to 12 Mbps)
Share files and transfer data conveniently
Bus powered (No external power source needed)
Driverless design

OS Support:
Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8

Package Contents:
6 foot Windows Data transfer cable.
User Guide/Instruction Manual


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Perhaps I should read the description more carefully.
Curious
I had a hard time copying files from a laptop to a PC and the Seagate external drive would not work on my 64 bit computer.
Ashish Thapa
Use the drag and drop method on files,folders and documents... Works on transferring windows XP to windows 7 with ease.
Robert Bevington

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

101 of 107 people found the following review helpful By C. Hallowell on February 6, 2011
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The built-in software of the Windows 7 "Driverless" Data Transfer Cable makes transferring files from one computer to another an almost pleasurable task !!!
I've used other file transfer cables before, and the software that comes with those other cables is often confusing and/or doesn't work at all !!
The Windows 7 "Driverless" file transfer system makes those other methods obsolete !!
Oh yeah -- it works with Windows Vista and Win XP, too !!
It even has a ceramic ferrite doohickey on the cable to reduce interference during file transfers -- a nice touch !!
I'm an old geezer and I'd bet the ranch that even a cave-dweller could become an instant geek by using this terrific gizmo !!
Well, not quite -- but you get the drift, right !??
Get one -- it's cheap, easy to use, and saves a lot of monkeyin' around !!
My cable arrived promptly and in perfect condition -- Thanks, Amazon.com !!
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Arboleda Crisostomo on February 8, 2011
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Whenever I copied or moved huge files from one of our computers to another, I had to use an intermediate storage media (external drive, flash drive etc.). I found this cable that promised direct data transfers between USB ports. I connected this cable between my Dell laptop running on Vista and my Acer Netbook on Windows XP. The built in file browser software popped up on both machines and I was able to transfer files between the units easily.

I purchased a usb extension cable in case I need to cover a greater distance between machines.

Update 03/10/2011 : I'm having problems using this with my Vista 64 desktop. I've tried it with XP, Vista 32 and Windows 7 without problems. I also noticed that the item pictured in this latest product page is not the same as the one I bought, so perhaps it's an update and hopefully will solve the Vista 64 problem.
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on February 24, 2011
I have tried other USB transfer devices and software packages over the years including recently and never got any of them to work reliably at high speed so was skeptical upon reading other positive reviews on this device. Reviews on other devices that use the same chip were also positive so I bought this one as it was at a good price.

Summary of experience:

The unit was shipped quickly and arrived in good condition, nothing special about that.

After glancing over the brief manual, I plugged one USB male connector into my laptop , the other into a 8 foot USB extension cable, and it into a USB port on a desktop located in the adjoining room.

A window popped up on the desktop as per the manual asking for permission to run the Superlink.exe software. >click> and the program loaded up quickly to display a Windows explorer like interface.

A window did not pop up on the laptop... the manual advised clicking Start>My Computer> Superlink Drive.
That worked and the superlink explorer window opened showing 'Connected Computer' and 'This Computer' panels.

The icons at the top showed the connection was at USB 2.0 speed level. Dimmed buttons showed USB 1.0 which obviously would show up if so connected.

To test devise, I selected a 3.56 GB iso image file to test sustained bandwidth. USB 2.0 is spec'd at 480 Mbps but I figured the connection would be much slower due to overhead, etc. The file transferred in 4 minutes and 24 seconds which is as close to the full USB 2.0 spec as anyone could expect.

Conclusion: while I can't report on long term reliability, others have reported no problems in that regard. I can highly recommend the device..
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By RS on May 23, 2012
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This cable may be great if you're just wanting to transfer file data from one computer to another. However, I purchased to use in conjunction with the Windows Easy Transfer of data and settings from my old computer to my new computer. No matter what you do, Windows Easy Transfer won't recognize the cable. The built-in software doesn't appear to be built for settings transfer--just data files. Don't buy if your transferring your settings using Windows Easy Transfer!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By C. E. Colson on September 3, 2013
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Opened it up, plugged it into to 'computer A', it was detected immediately, and Windows Explorer opened the 'device' and the EasySuite "software" -- which is actually firmware built into a little 'bulb' on the cables itself -- began installing and started up. At this point, the promised "split" window screen was actually a full screen for my 'computer A.' However, as soon as I plugged it into the USB on 'computer B' (and switched to computer B's monitor) and again used Windows Explorer to 'open the device,' EasySuite installed itself on computer B and immediately opened a split window, with computer A's contents showing as the "Remote Computer" (which, to computer B, it was) and computer B showing in the bottom half as the "Local Computer." It was then just a matter of selecting items on the top, "Remote," screen and selecting "target destinations" on the lower, "Local" screen. I would recommend testing with just a few files and folders to gain experience in hitting your desired destination "targets"; but after that, it all works as advertized.

Three things: Don't go looking for any separate software -- it resides in firmware in the bulb on the cable itself.
- You can go online to search for documentation, if you wish.
- This is a USB device; don't forget to use the "Safely Remove" devices icon on each of your two computers before removing the cable.
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