USB 3.0 Driverless Data Transfer Cable for Windows

(15 customer reviews)


  • Transfer Files and Data from one PC directly to another PC
  • Compatible with Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 / 11
  • USB 3.0 transfer rates up to 5Gbps
  • No drivers necessary, device installs and uninstalls itself
  • Utilizes OTi OT7300 Chip, 5 foot cable length

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The USB 3.0 Driverless Data Transfer Cable (GM-PCLINK3) allows quick and easy transferring of files from one Windows computer to another. The GM-PCLINK3 Driverless Data Transfer Cable features an easy drag and drop explorer window to show visually what is being transferred and its new location.

Built-In Software for Easy File Transferring

The GM-PCLINK3’s Data Link function allows you to copy and paste files between two computers quickly over USB 3.0. The High Speed transfer rate of 5 Gbps is achieved using USB 3.0 compliance and is backward compatible with USB 2.0 and USB 1.1.

The new OTi Chip inside this USB 3.0 Data Transfer Link Cable enables access to multiple computers and their corresponding monitors by sharing a single mouse to switch between two computers.

The GM-PCLINK3 USB 3.0 Data Transfer Cable represents the easiest, most economical, and reusable way of transferring your Data from one PC source to another without the hassle of copying to and from disc.



Features & Specifications:

  • Drag-and-drop user-friendly interface offers convenient file sharing and data transfers
  • Cut and paste Clipboard sharing text between two computers
  • 5 foot cable length
  • USB 3.0 transfer rates up to 5 Gbps
  • Bus powered (No external power source needed)
  • Driverless design

OS Support:

  • XP
  • Vista
  • Windows 7
  • Windows 8
  • Windows 10
  • Windows 11

Package Contents:

  • Driverless USB 3.0 Windows Data Transfer Cable GM-PCLINK
  • PCLINK User Manual (available for download) 

Additional information

Weight .25 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 5 × 2 in





USB 3.0 backward compatible with USB 2.0/1.1



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15 reviews for USB 3.0 Driverless Data Transfer Cable for Windows

  1. Wendell Blue

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The Gearmo transfer cable did exactly what it was designed to do!

  2. Emmitt

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice product

  3. Amazon Customer

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Slowed down startup
    This product causes a lot of interruption to my usual startup routine. There must be a simpler device to use for c laptop connections.

  4. William Metts

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Wonky software
    My main computer has one monitor. My creation system has two monitors. That is what creates the issue it seems. The monitor on the right is connected to the main system. The one on the far left is the main monitor for the workstation. The monitor in the middle is extended from the left. Because of the configuration of my workspace it needs to stay this way. So in order for my mouse to get to the desk top of the workstation from my main computer I need to cross the middle one. The problem is that as soon as I click everything goes haywire. Sometimes both mice freeze. Sometimes everything freezes. It is an inconvenience to be required to remember that any files that need transferring must first be dragged to the middle monitor. Only then can I pick them up with the main computers mouse. I have tried working with only one mouse between the two systems but as soon as I interact with my workstations main monitor I invariably have to restart it. If I remember everything goes fine.

  5. James Wright

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good Product
    Good quality product!!!

  6. Michael

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very good

  7. Robert L

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Flawed but working
    I am using this to connect my work PC with my home PC. This allows me to share my keyboard and mouse. It also supports some level of cut-and-paste. So, I can "Cut" from one PC, move the mouse to the other PC and paste.One downside is connection reliability. This could easily be the fault of my PCs. But the connection "breaks", so the mouse maybe gets frozen or only works on one screen or the other. I need to unplug and replug this into my PCs to get it going again. It provides great functionality but I need to do that replug trick maybe 4 times per day. UPDATE: I randomly changed things up. My mouse dongle is typically connected to computer "A" and the cable is unreliable. I moved the dongle to the other computer. Now, everything works flawlessly. So I strongly recommend that you try this cable. If it gives you trouble just return it.There are two green flashing LEDs which are really annoying and don’t seem to have a purpose (like showing data being transferred or something.I also wish the firmware was upgradable. This could be a great product with better software.I will likely investigate some WiFi option to see if that is more reliable.Still, I gave it a high review. If you have nothing, they are much better than that ;), but still could use a lot of improvement.

  8. Sundowner

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Worked Like a Charm
    Easy to set up but the instructions were lacking. What I didn’t expect was the excellent transfer speed. I copied 600 gigs of data in just a few minutes between two Window’s 10 laptops.

  9. S. Linkletter

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Solved Our Problem
    We had never been able to network our computers together since one of the two of us moved to Win 10. Even when both of us were using Win 10, the computers would not connect. We tried everything we could find on the Internet, and the best we could do was make it so one computer could see the other, but not visa versa. And even that did not always work.This cable works perfectly. We can’t leave it attached all of the time because it allows one of us to control the other one’s mouse and that leads to some interesting effects. But it is easily connected through USB extension wires and not only can one of us move the files desired but they can go in the correct place without having to go through Public on the way.Also, we don’t have to have an Internet connection. It always annoyed me that we had to send our files out to the Internet and back, when we sit side-by-side. NetBIOS was much more private, but that went the way of the dodo.

  10. Lucy

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Took a bit to figure out how this works.
    But when I figured it out it worked great, fast and appears to be well made.

  11. Gary

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent tool, but read on-line reviews to know how to use it.
    Great product, easy, just plug in and transfer files quickly. Highly recommend! The only issues to watch out for: it will stop if a file name is weird/too long. You have to find the file and rename it, then continue. Also, the instructions that came with it are not helpful –the only way we figured out how to use it was that we read an online review where someone else explains it very well.

  12. RN

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Worked great!
    Worked great. Just have usb2 so takes a bit which isn’t the cords fault, but it ran flawlessly and saved a lot of time and trouble.

  13. Mike Pasold

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    could use better instructions
    once you learn how to use it it works great

  14. Robert L

    The software is good. Moving your mouse between machines “Mostly” works. However, the software does get confused (usually when I plug and unplug the cables). The middle of the cable has a green flashing light which is annoying. I am using it from Windows 10 to Windows 10 PCs. If I plug it into certain USB ports, I get a message saying that its changing the speed. I wish there was an indicator to tell me which computer is the slow one. But eventually I’ll figure it out. It really is a great product. Check Amazon for this model. It looked best among the choices.

  15. Cristian D

    The software is impressive to get it seamlessly working from one computer to another, when it works. However there are some bugs with it, for example if you are a CAD designer and you use your middle mouse button it could be an issue. If you press and hold your middle mouse button, it will get locked and when you esc to release it, nothing on your desktop is clickable. Would recommend for non CAD designer type work.

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