Summary: They do have a responsive support, but they just claim that it isn't possible to support multimedia keys. I entirely fail to see why that is the case: the standard multimedia keys have defined key codes. There's no good reason why the switch can't read those, and output them again.
Pros: * Affordable * includes power supply so that you can attach a keyboard with built-in usb hub. * All cables included
Cons: Does not emulate basic multimedia keys! That means if you have a play/pause/next/previous buttons, or volume control on your keyboard, it will not work when connected to this KVM. That's entirely inappropriate for something that calls itself a "multimedia" KVM switch.
Summary: This is an excellent switch. All computer-side cables are in the back which makes it much more convenient than other designs where cables come out on all sides. The console keyboard and mouse connectors are in the front.
Summary: Have had this for a while now. It replaced an old Belkin PS2 KVM that desperately needed replacing. This new unit has been very solid switching from my different PCs. On rare occasion, my wireless usb mouse loses connectivity and I have to unplug the small USB receiver and plug it back in (hence the...
Summary: My wireless Logitech M310 mouse *almost* works. The buttons and scroll wheel work, but moving the mouse right to left moves the cursor up and down. Moving it up and down does nothing. Works find plugged in directly. Can someone tell me which wireless mice work? I'm not attached to this one.
Pros: Nicely built, good value, great features. Video looks reasonable.
Cons: Picky about mice. A wired IBM branded mouse didn't work at all (works fine connected directly). A wireless Logitech almost works (see below), a wired Dell mouse works perfectly. The Logitech m710 wireless keyboard/mouse doesn't work at all (as expected).