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Reviews and Problems with IOGEAR GCS614A

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Overall 8
Value for money 8

User Review

Ronin007, Walmart
9 May 2010
  • Summary: I was looking for a simple and inexpensive way that I could work on multiple computers at the same time in a confined space that would not allow multiple monitors, keyboards, and mice. A KVM switch was the solution. The problem was I tried another KVM switch from Walmart that did not work with my computers (Windows XP, and 98 to Linux) even after working with the manufacturer's tech support.
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Overall 10

Great KVM Switch

solo111, PriceGrabber
30 January 2008
  • Summary: I've had this KVM switch for about 3 1/2 years and it has been a solid piece of equipment, at work I'm on my second Belkin KVM switch in 3 years that is almost 3 times more expensive than this one. If you’re looking for a solid KVM switch with audio support that will be reliable and last for the long run this is the one for you.
  • Pros: Easy hotkey switching, small footprint, integrated cables w/ great lenght, fast switching, no additional power for use, you can use some industrial velcro and mounted anywhere you want, solid product.
  • Cons: None in 3 1/2 years.
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Overall 6

IOGEAR MiniView Micro Audio KVM Switch

bugcrash, PriceGrabber
8 January 2005
  • Summary: This is a nice, compact unit. Beware if you own an IBM Thinkpad or Toshiba Tecra series laptop. Unfortunately for me, I own two Tecras and an IBM Thinkpad that I wanted to connect to the IOGear 4 port KVM. After making all the connections and reading the instruction manual, I found in the troubleshooting section, a sentence stating that the product didn't work with these laprops and I would have to use the laptop's keyboards when selected.
  • Pros: Integrated cabling with audio. Size, price are reasonable.
  • Cons: Lack of support 3 or the 4 PCs that I wanted to connect with the KVM.
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