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Default Using Asus Transfer Express: A Multi-Platform Control Hub

For those of us with more than one device that sees regular usage, keeping in control of where important files are stored can rapidly become a complex chore. And thatís without even bringing the differing backup and file transfer procedures of handheld devices into the picture. The Asus Transfer Express is a central control hub that aims to minimise file synchronisation, PC control, and handheld device usage headaches. Its functionality extends from allowing two PCs to share a single keyboard and mouse, to playing audio on your smartphone through your PC-connected speakers, to a simplified file synchronisation method between computers.
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