Thursday, November 13, 2008
Posted by Vincent Ferrari in "Apple Talk" @ 02:00 PM
"The new Belkin Switch-to-Mac Cable provides a simple way to transfer files, settings, preferences, and more from your PC to a new Mac computer. Unlike existing products where you have to drag and drop specific files you want to transfer, the Switch-to-Mac Cable-with its easy-to-use Migration Assistant-automatically moves your music, movies, photos, files, and Internet preferences, making the transition from PC to Mac as seamless as possible. Now that Mac computers support Windows® applications, a growing number of PC owners are switching to them, making the ability to work with existing PC files a necessity. The Switch-to-Mac Cable ensures a hassle-free experience when transitioning to your new Mac."
If you're looking to make the move to a Mac, the hardest part is migrating over your stuff. Belkin seems to have that in mind with the Move-to-Mac cable. We Mac users have had the benefit of built in OS X software to do the same thing for years called the Migration Assistant. I'm glad the ease of it has been extended to Windows users who want to join the cult buy a Mac. I may buy one just to help people switch. In the end, it'll end up making my life easier in the long run. Anyone else with me here?