This DVI KVM switch is designed for computer users to control two computers without redundant keyboards, mice, and monitors. The DVI KVM switch supports a wide range of PC hardware and software platforms. It saves you money, time, space and power.
It's loaded with features such as hot-key, individual push button on the front panel, audio and auto scan control. It also has complete keyboard and mouse emulation for simultaneous PCs boot-up process.
Don't forget the necessary DVI KVM cable set.
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- Windows Vista, XP, 2000, ME, NT, 98SE, Linux, Mac OSX
- Console side: one DVI monitor, one PS/2 keyboard, one PS/2 mouse
- Computer side: Two three-in-one (PS/2-PS/2-DVI) to three-in-one (PS/2-PS/2-DVI) KVM cable set
- 1600 x 1200 @ 60Hz
- 165 MHz
- 2-port PS/2 DVI KVM Switch
- Power adapter
- User's manual
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doese this work with wireless mouse/keyboard combos? I bought another KVM and it wouldn't work with my wireless mouse/keyboard combo. I have a laptop (docked) and a cpu and would like to share mouse/keyboard & monitor & speakers. This one looks right but I'm skittish.
Some of the wireless keyboard/mouse combos can be problematic with KVM switches. Occasionally switching computers would require a re-synch to the reciever. You can test your particular combo set by manually switching the PS/2 connections between the two computers to see if the mouse and keyboard will still work. If not, you would probably be better with either a wired connection or another wireless solution.
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