Asus CrossLink Cable, easy way of transmission and synchronization data between Mac and PC

ASUS-CrossLink-CableThe new easy-to-use and lightweight ASUS CrossLink cable offers a highly efficient way of transferring and synchronizing data, as well as sharing Internet access and optical disc drive (ODD) functions.

With its flexible and customizable file management system, users can organize their data with minimal effort, as well as synchronize their emails, contacts, calendar entries, journals, tasks and notes. Doubling as a removable flash drive, the CrossLink cable comes in two colors—black and white. The black version is equipped with 2GB storage and features a full suite of PC functions, while the white option is available in 2GB or 4GB storage, and can be used on both PC and Macintosh platforms.

ASUS CrossLink Cable

ASUS CrossLink CableData Synchronization with ODD and Internet Sharing Functionality

The ASUS CrossLink cable is designed to allow for rapid transmission and synchronization of data between two PCs. Users can browse, copy and transfer files and folders to and from the PC they are connected to via USB. Users can also use the CrossLink cable to utilize another PC or notebook’s ODD. For instance, to perform a CD-based software installation on a computer without an ODD, users can simply hook up the Crosslink cable to a notebook or PC equipped with one and run the installation off it. Users can also synchronize their folders using the Folder Link, ensuring their data are kept up-to-date. Likewise, other essential data such as mail, contacts, calendar entries, journals, tasks and notes can also be synchronized between two PCs via the Outlook Link. Finally, the CrossLink cable allows users to share the Internet connectivity of a connected PC.

An Effortless Data Storage and Management Solution

The ASUS CrossLink cable is available in two colors. The black ASUS CrossLink cable serves as a 2GB removable storage device. The white CrossLink cable is available in both 2GB and 4GB capacities, and features a Macintosh-compatible data-link—perfect for cross platform usage. Users can monitor storage levels, transfer data, and even toggle between full interface and icon display modes for easy data storage and retrieval. For further file management flexibility, the interface allows data to be sorted by symbol marks or file types. The symbol mark can be customized to suit users’ requirements. File filters also allow users to sort and locate with a few convenient clicks.

ASUS CrossLink Cable

Specification:

Model ASUS CrossLink Cable
Connector USB USB
Color Black White
Dimensions 52.5mm x 20mm x 12mm 52.5mm x 20mm x 12mm
Weight 0.04kg 0.04kg
Storage Space 2GB
  • 2GB
  • 4GB
Cable Length 1.2m 1.2m
Contents
  • CrossLink & USB cable
  • Quick installation guide
  • CrossLink & USB cable
  • Quick installation guide
System Requirements Windows XP / Windows Vista/ Windows 7
1.0GHz CPU or later
RAM: 512MB minimum
Storage space: 100MB minimum
Built-in USB port: 1.1 or 2.0
Mac OS X 10.4 or later
PowerPC G4 processor or later
RAM: 512MB minimum
Storage space: 100MB minimum
Built-in USB port: 1.1 or 2.0
Launch Date October 2009 December 2009

ASUS CrossLink Cable

Source: Asus

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