> If you owned both of these calculators would it do any good to own
> two silver links.
Well, certainly some good... but AFAICT, very few people have more than
one SilverLink, because these cables are relatively expensive (when
bought brand-new, at least), and the use case for more than one cable is
> Can you use TI Connect and put both USB's in the computer and
> transfer files or can you just use the unit to unit transfer cable.
I'm not sure, I don't remember ever using TI-Connect with two SilverLink
FWIW, TI-Connect CE handles more than one calculator simultaneously, but
it does not handle the TI-68k series (except for partial support of the
89T through direct USB: that uses some of the same commands as the 84+
You can of course transfer files from one calculator to the computer,
then transfer from the computer to the other calculator. As a side
effect, this creates a computer-side backup, which is always desirable.