Summary: Replacing my 4-Port TrendNet, the Iogear 2-Port USB KVM Switch was truly plug-and-play, and I had it up and running in less than a minute. The wired switch is an act of genius that deserves, at a minimum, the Nobel Prize.
Summary: Works fine as supposed to. The remote switch is a nice bonus. I found it susceptible to RF interference from my amateur radio station causing lines on the monitor. Otherwise fine. Of course is VGA so somewhat dated.
If you're looking at KVMs to use with the XIM4 I highly recommend this one
Deckard Pain, Amazon
7 November 2014
Summary: Works perfectly in combination with the XIM4 on PS4 and PC with a wide array of peripherals. If you're looking at KVMs to use with the XIM4 I highly recommend this one. If you aren't looking for a KVM to accompany the XIM4, this still performs just as well. The small button for changing inputs on its own cable is quite handy.
Summary: I work from home, and I got tired of having 2 monitors, 2 keyboards, 2 mice. I had to move them around to work, then to check personal emails over lunch break and at the end of the day. I now can use my same monitor, keyboard, and mouse for both computers. Simply hook everything up. The directions are easy to follow. There is no software to install. There is one button to press to toggle between the 2 computers. Very slick. Result = much cleaner desk.
Summary: I bought this to replace my other KVM switch that used keyboard strokes to change between devices. When I bought a new mouse and keyboard combo, the old switch stopped working correctly. This switch has a little button that works perfectly. I actually like the little button much better than the keyboard kind.
Summary: The KVM was very easy to install and use. Even a non-techy ought to be able to install and use it. I like the toggle button that can be positioned conveniently and I really like that I don't have to remember another cryptic key combination. So now I can have my old reliable Linux box and the new Windows 7 machine running at my desk. I'm quite pleased.
Summary: I used this to connect a Dell laptop and Alienware desktop to a ViewSonic monitor and Microsoft wireless keyboard/mouse combo that uses a single dongle. I plugged in both USB cables and I have had zero problems to date. Everything just worked as you expect.