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I was wondering what's the fastest interface connection between a laptop and desktop pc for data transfer?
considering the bandwidth data transfer rate.
SATA: i mean take the either laptop HDD (Hard disk drive) out n connect it to PC SATA port, or take the Desktop PC's HDD out and try connecting to SATA port offered if in laptop (which is bit difficult i guess since i don't think desktop HDD can connect to laptops SATA port, Can it? I may be wrong.
eSATA: eSATA to SATA or eSATA to eSATA
I've never used it, but Can it work?
Firewire: no idea
USB 2.0: which is slower than SATA
USB 3.0: can be fast, i think i'll need an external HDD or make internal desktop HDD as external using a USB 3.0 to SATA interface. So in a way connecting my Desktop HDD to laptop's USB 3.0 (for i've USBB 2.0 on my desktop n USB 3.0 on laptop)
LAN: I think it's way slower than SATA i suppose, 100 Mbps is way slower than SATA or USB 3.0
I don't know about CAT5, CAT6, Gigabit cables etc. Are they fast enough?
Any other interface connection you can think of, Please advice?
It'll be helpful for other users also in future, who come across this type question in mind.
(Edit Note: This question is not only about comparing just speeds only, it's about best possible combination "interface" connection between a PC and Laptop.
which can be - SATA to eSATA, SATA to SATA, LAN CAT5/CAT6, USB 3.0 to USB 2.0, USB to SATA etc. for all possible combinations interconnections, which will be go fastest while maintaining compatibility)