The Belkin Easy Transfer Cable for Windows Vista offers a quick, hassle-free way to transfer your files and settings from your old Windows XP PC to your new Windows Vista PC. The Windows Easy Transfer Wizard automatically appears and lets you select some—or all—items to copy. With a couple of clicks, your photos, music, settings, and more transfer, without requiring time-consuming CD-burning or a network
Belkin F5U258 Key Features
FireWire cables and USB cables are used to connect a device to a Compuetr or hub. They are constructed of the highest quality wire allowed by the FireWire and USB specification, which allows you to maximise the full potential of the cable.
There are currently two standards: the original FireWire, now referred to as FireWire 400 or IEEE 1394, and FireWire 800 or IEEE 1394b. As the names imply, the maximum speed of FireWire 400 is 400 Mbits per second, whereas FireWire 800 tops out at 800 Mbits.
Whats the difference between FireWire and USB?
The key difference between FireWire and USB is that FireWire is intended for devices working with a lot more data -- things like camcorders, DVD players and digital audio equipment. FireWire and USB share a number of characteristics but differ in some important ways.
*FireWire cable and USB cable limits
The maximum cable length is currently 4.5 to 5 meters or around 15 feet.