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6.8* out of 10

StarTech SV431DDVDUA

The SV431DDVDUA 4-port DVI VGA dual monitor KVM switch lets you Read more

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Overall 6
6.0

The USB give me trouble

Robert K., Newegg
11 March 2013
  • Summary: Would be a winner if the usb would work.
  • Pros: The monitor and audio capabilities are great as is the USB hub (when the USB hub works)
  • Cons: The USB hub worked fine for the first week then stopped working for 3 weeks then worked again for 3 month and now has never worked since.
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Overall 2
2.0

Not worth the hassle

Todd L., Newegg
11 June 2012
  • Summary: This KVM has been a pain to use ever since I got it a year ago. Sometimes it works great, other times it will not get power to the peripherals when the channel is selected. So on my desk I have a USB keyboard and mouse that I have to use in addition to the KVM. I have spent more hours troubleshooting this than anyone should have to.
  • Pros: Works great with my laptop's docking station. Displays my 24" in 1920x1080 very clear over DVI. Displays my 22" in 1680x1050 in 'OK' over SVGA. (expected loss over SVGA)
  • Cons: My other three computers work intermittently, or not at all. When it does work, the attached workstation will throw in some random keystrokes from my Logitech G15 keyboard. I took 6the KVM out of the setup, and the random keystrokes went away.
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Overall 10
10

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Rick O., Newegg
14 October 2011
  • Summary: Tech support told me to use the extra USB ports for the wireless mouse and then the setpoint program would activate when moving from one port to another. Before with the mouse plugged into the first set of USB ports it would only use the windows functions for the mouse. now it works great....
  • Pros: I don't normally write reviews unless I am really impressed. This did it for me. I took it out of the box plugged cables in and it worked great. I have two windows 7 machines with DVI and one XP machine with VGA and they all work. Also have a wireless logitech keyboard and a logitech MX Air mouse that also work great with no keys lagging or dropping. Alos gave tech support a call and he was very helpfull. (english)
  • Cons: Can't think of any
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