The Asus CrossLink cable is designed to share data between computers. And when I say data, I don’t just mean you can copy files from one PC to another using the CrossLink Cable. you can also share internet access and optical disc drive functions using this device.
Say, for example, you have a netbook without an optical disc drive but you want to install software that’s only available on a CD. You would plug one end of the CrossLink Cable into your netbook and the other end into a full sized laptop or desktop with a disc drive. You can then use the disc drive on your netbook as if it were plugged directly into the mini-laptop.
You can slo use Folder Link software and the cable to keep folders on two different computers synchronized.
The CrossLink cable also functions as a standalone USB flash drive with 2GB of storage. It’s available for purchase from Amazon for under $40. But Asus will give a CrossLink Cable to one Liliputing reader.
In order to enter, please read the official contest rules and then leave a comment below letting us know what computers you plan to use this cable with. This particular contest is only open to residents of the USA or Canada.
The contest will end at 12:01AM Eastern on November 30th.