Use one keyboard, monitor, and mouse to control two computers.
PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse emulation.
2-Port KVM switch in compact size design with 2 sets of 3 to 1 KVM Cables.
Support Microsoft Intellimouse, Optical Mouse, Logitech Net Mouse and more.
Support High Video Quality, Upto 300MHz 2048 x 1536 VGA, or Upto 800 x 600 SVGA resolution
No software required, easy PC selection via Push Button and Hot-Key Commands.
Support DOS, Windows 3.x/95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP, Netware, Unix, Linux and more.
Hot-Plug feature, add PC or remove the connected PC for maintenance without powering down the KVM Switch or other PC's.
Auto-Scan Mode for monitoring PC's.
Keyboard status restored when switching between PC's.
LED display for easy status monitoring.
Beeping sound for port switching confirmation.
Computer Connections: 2
KVM Cable: 2 Sets of 1.2M (4ft) KVM Cables
To Console: 1x VGA/SVGA HDB 15-pin (Male)
To PC: 1x PS/2 Type 6-pin Mini Din (Male); 1x PS/2 Type 6-pin Mini Din (Male); 1x VGA/SVGA HDB 15-pin (Male)
Console (All Female): 1x PS/2 Mouse 6-pin Mini Din; 1x PS/2 Keyboard 6-pin Mini Din; 1x VGA/SVGA HDB 15-pin
Port Selection: Push Buttons or Hot-Key Commands
Auto-Scan Interval: 10 seconds
Keyboard State: Saved and Restored
Power Type: PS/2 Interface Power
Certifications: CE, FCC
Dimensions: 3.7 x 2.6 x 1.2 inch / 95 x 65 x 30 mm
Weight: 3 oz / 85 g
* Product descriptions and part numbers are subject to change, and may not reflect manufacturer product changes. Please check the manufacturer's website and use the item's manufacturer part number to find the most up to date product description.
2 PC's one Monitor, KB & Mouse Reviewed by Mark Mueller from Appleton, WI on 01/18/06
A must have for any serious system builder.
Share your mouse, monitor and keyboard, perfect for servers or systems you are building or repairing. With the included cables you are getting a product WELL worth the money here.
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