Summary: I took it out of the box, hooked it up to my PS/2 keyboard, PS/2 mouse, and monitor. Hooked one set of cables to my Ubuntu PC, the other set of cables to my XP PC. No problems switching between the systems.
Summary: I used this product to connect two desktop PC's at work, one running XP one running ME and it works great, easy switching via the hotkey with only the tiniest of delay. The only problem I have found is the mouse cursor doesn't work on start up of the PC running XP, it needs to be restarted before it...
Summary: Been using this switch for a few weeks now, and not had any problems with it. It does reduce the picture quality very slightly at higher refresh rates, but stick to 85Hz and lower and it's perfectly acceptable. The only annoying thing is the beep.
Summary: I have used this product off and on for over a year and it has caused me no end of problems. It doesn't seem to like anything other than the most basic keyboard and two button mouse. I am constantly having to reboot one or both of my PCs after switching.
Summary: It is easy to use and cheap, but there was significant ghosting on the monitor, and the keyboard and mouse only worked with one machine (I am using a laptop and desktop running Xp and Vista respectively).
Summary: I used it to connect a PC and an old Acorn RiscPC to a monitor. I deliberately chose a KVM with s physical switch as well as keyboard activation and this paid off as the RiscPC needs to sense the devices within a second or so of powering on.
Summary: What a brilliant piece of kit! Having bought a new (faster) desktop I still had use for my old one. Having only one screen and an empty bank balance I needed something to link my two destops together. The D-Link KVM switch worked straight out of the box. Simple to install and use.
Summary: Tiene buena pinta, pero no funciona bien (resolución de pantalla) con mi monitor samsung syncmaster 2333hd. Si selecciono la que debe, se sale el escritorio del monitor, y si selecciono otra inferior no se ve correctamente las imagenes ... no se, quizas sea por mi gráfica