Summary: Works great, as long as you only use a basic keyboard and mouse that don't have any specialty functions. Media integrated keyboards are iffy, and multi-function mechanical keyboards do not work at all. Pros: Switches between connections fast. Price - You won't be able to find an HDMI compatible switch for much cheaper, if at all. Cons. Only works with basic keyboard and mouse setups.
Summary: Video output seems to work fine. Have not have had issues with this, switches fine. Keyboard and mouse are both having issues. Mouse will jump around every once in a while. While typing it will miss keys regularly which gets really frustrating.
Summary: This is the first consumer-level KVM device that I have owned that functions so flawlessly. Long ago, I had a decent 4 port KVM switch supporting VGA and PS/2. It didn't handle audio in or out. The switch usually worked, but when it didn't, I had to remove every cable attached to the switch in order to reset it, which was pretty tedious with four machines on it.
Summary: I have been using this KVM switch for about a month and a half. I must say it was easy to install and it connected and switched between my HP Desktop and Dell laptop without a hitch. My mouse and keyboards functionality was worked bug free as well. However, I had grown increasing frustrated because the hotkey functions would not work as instructed. I would carefully enter the keystrokes and nothing would really happen. Finally, I decided to contact support.
Summary: The GCS62HU is a well built product that does work except when I use it with my Dell XPS L702X laptop. After a couple of weeks, I started having a problem where the hdmi connection is not recognized by my laptop. If I connect direct to the monitor, it works fine, but when I connect to the laptop I only get an HDMI connection 1 in 5 reboots. Very frustrating.