by January 5, 2011 0 comments



Amkette FlashLink

What do you do when you have to transfer chunks of datafrom your desktop to your laptop/netook or from yourlaptop to a netbook? Wi-Fi sharing would do, but what if you donot have Internet on both the devices -LAN or probably Blue-tooth, but that is so slow that you just might decide not to goahead. You can use Amkette, FlashLink, which device looks likea pen drive with a micro USB slot on one end.Once Flash Link isconnected to one of the devices, the inbuilt software, asks you torun the AFLloader in both the devices that are connected usinga USB cable. And this hap-pens everytime the devicesare connected. And oncethat is done, the AmketteFlashLink suite opens up with 5 options;Go! Finder, Go! Bridge, Remote Share, Folder Syncand Outlook Sync.

Go Finder is basically the name for the storage partof the device, that is 192MB. Go! Bridge allows the devices to ac-cess each other’s hard drives and copy content from each otheror delete documents from each other. One can view pictures, videosand play music directly from the connected device as well. While Itried to view some videos and hear some songs from the other de-vice, there was no stutter both in terms of music or video, which ispretty good. I loved folder sync and like the fact that I would nothave to use the hard drive twice and use twice the time to transfercontent from my desktop to my notebook and vice-versa.

Bottomline: FlashLink from Amkette is a very good de-vice that makes syncing and content transfer easy.Also, the price makes it a sensible buy too.

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