1) These KVM has a HI Pitch Interference Tone in ...
2 weeks ago
Summary: 1) These KVM has a HI Pitch Interference Tone in the audio line , no matter what I do its still there. 2) When switching computers the keyboard and mouse lose power than come back on while you hear windows P-N-P sound. 3) If you unplug the USB on ether computer you will hear the relay go crazy inside the KVM. 4) These KVM is Single Link DVI only. I trusted TRENDnet before , not anymore , dont buy!!
Summary: This is great. We switch from home pc to work laptop with a click! We would eventually like to get 2 monitors and I'm not finding the hook up connectors we need but this works perfect in the meantime.
David Triana Rios "Say something about yourself!", Amazon
14 November 2014
Summary: The problem I have is that when it switches it actually disconnects the DVI signal instead of simulate it, and when it comes back it's not the same according to my computers. On a fresh start my PC detects the DVI monitor as 1920x1800, switch, switch back and now it's a 640x480 and the only way to go back to the real resolution is to unplug everything, restart, use offensive language when pushing the swtich..., not exactly the idea when having a KVM switch.
Summary: This switch has worked well for me, switching between a linux box and a mac mini connected to DVI through a displayport-to-DVI converter, but now it is unstable in video from my brand new mac mini if I use the mini displayport (thunderbolt)-to-DVI converter cable. It's fine connecting direct to the monitor (a Benq 1920x1200), but through the switch I get digital snow all the time.
Summary: Why are all KVMs such cheap junk? First of all, this works. It switches between machines when I press the little button. So with that out of the way, why is it junk, you ask? The sound coming out of this thing is full of noise. On one machine, I get static every time I move the mouse. On the other, I get noise added to all sound output. I had similar problems with a previous KVM. How hard is it to make something that properly isolates the sound components?
Summary: Put simply, it doesn't work. The mouse simply didn't work when connected, and the monitor turned on and off at random. Worse, I submitted a claim to their help desk on August 28th, and still have not heard back from the company. Basically, don't buy this thing, because it probably won't work, and if it doesn't. you're not getting any help from the company.