Summary: Got this from another retailer cheaper and was a little leary about the single usb throughput for both mice and keyboard. My concerns were confirmed as it does not work with my logitech gaming mouse.
Pros: Works with standard no frills keyboard and mice. Audio works.
Cons: Does not work with logitech gaming mice such as MX518
Summary: I am rather surprised that D-Link unleashed this particular design on the market - it should never have been manufactured at all - bad design - bad management - bad quality control - all contributed to make this the wosrt KVM that I've ever worked with
Cons: Doesn't work with most wireless keyboards and mice - tried just about every combination of USB wired mouse and keyboard - found none that would work reliably - get missed clicks and repeating characters and dropped characters - video seems ok most of the time
Summary: Put simply, this product gives a new meaning to "epic fail". I can't believe D-link would release a product like this, i will never buy a product by them again. I bought it at a local retailer and returned it the same day.
Pros: None since it doesn't work as advertised.
Cons: My Logitech G9 doesn't work with it. It outputs video with a black bar on the side with my 1920x1200 Samsung. It outputs a very audible static noise through my Logitech Z-2300 speakers. Only thing that works is my keyboard.
Summary: Unplug the keyboard, it seems to be working fine. However that defeats the purpose. What several other reviewers have said about keyboard incompatibility seem to be true. I have not noticed any flickering on the video, and have not listened to the audio quality closely.
Pros: -Great price -Would have done audio routing
Cons: -Does not like fancy keyboards, even my "barely multimedia" HP-0841.
Pros: This is a straightforward device that works. Connections are switched almost immediately using either the hardware button or the ScrolLock hotkey. At the moment I am using it without the video switch just sharing a K&M (and speakers) between an AMD tower and a Dell notebook. No issues. Plugged it...
Summary: I've been using the IOGEAR GCS22u and it's been working great for me.
Pros: Supports sound, only uses 1 USB port.
Cons: Super glitchy with a Mac and Linux box, with a Mac Adesso keyboard and Logitech MX 1000 mouse. Couldn't switch machines while both were plugged in - but when I unplugged and plugged in the keyboard port, it would switch.
Summary: The best thing about the D-Link is the audio switching (or not) and the long cables. That's about all. Look elsewhere.
Pros: I do like the way that you can switch video only or video with audio. That's handy if you want to listen to media from one PC while working on the other.
Cons: I wish I could append my earlier post. If I could I would add that it began acting flaky prior to ripping it out and would get stuck on a character, requiring a manual switch to get it unstuck. It was like you held a key down continuously. It started occasional dropping of keystrokes too. Since r...