Excerpt: I'm running 3 computers on this KVM switch. Function is a breeze. I like the option of audio follows/audio doesn't follow-when you switch around systems. Build is solid, this box is worth the money.
Cons: The audio port is so poorly shielded that I can hear constant crackling in my headphones, and the usb ports are so unreliable that my keyboard drops keystrokes and my mouse frequently disconnects and reconnects. I sent it back within 3 hours of getting it.
Excerpt: This IOGEAR GCS110-4 4-Port KVMP switch is my first purcahse of this type of gear...should have bought one years ago. I had checked out one of the other brands, but the manufacturer's web-site had the same photo and description for two models, very confusing.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Fast Connection Speed, Reliable connection, Smart Features
Summary: I use this with 4 computers running Windows 7, 8.1, and XP systems. I have a Logitech 510 wireless keyboard and mouse connected to front port and works without problems. Connect to 2.1 speakers and a 1920X1080, 24" LCD. Headset jack in front works great.
Pros: Works has advertised. Have been using going on 3 years, works with wireless keyboard and mouse (see note below) speakers and headsets.
Cons: Due to its lite weight moves/shifts easy on desk with all cables connected. Due to the order of booting some motherboards will not allow booting up into BIOS at startup. This is common with KVMs and even with some wireless keyboards. Cannot take off points for that but you will need to plug keybo...
Summary: I have been using this KVM for a bit now in my home office. I'm utilizing every one of the four slots. So far it has help up splendid. No issues to report. I can certainly speak for it's durability.
Summary: My motivation for buying this was needing a DVI KVM but there are some things that people need to be aware of before buying it. 1) You cannot send analog signal though this unit. VGA won't work. It is digital only. A VGA->DVI will not work.
Pros: My new employer uses Macs so my old PS2/VGA KVM solution between my old work PC and my personal PC wasn't going to cut it. I decided to cut the cord and move to a USB/DVI solution to get something that worked for my new Mac and my home PC (Win 7). Unlike my old bus-powered KVM, this one has an ex...
Cons: It is hard to tell which firmware version you have. The 'list out current settings' function (HSM + [F4]) does not show that. They should have that output list the model # and the installed firmware version. I was finally able to determine that IOGEAR encodes the version in the USB device name. I...
Summary: This is a fantastic product. I initially searched for something cheaper. I only needed 3 ports, not 4, so I thought if I was diligent I could find something to save some money. Finally, I bought this and I'm glad I did.