Summary: I received and hooked up my KVM on September 11, 2013. Having my PCs setup, one on each side of my desk, the cables just did reach, so the connector box is dead center on the desk. That in itself is not bad. Everything works as expected with the exception of switching PCs by use of the keyboard key sequence, but I can live with that since it does come with a switch button.
Summary: I replaced a 6 yr old D-link KVM I have a late model Nvidia card on both workstations I use. I had difficulty in getting them working but after trial and error, they worked except on my one workstation there is no sound and the computer says there is no speakers plugged in. I messed with it and finally I went to their website to get support, and discovered they charge you for support, however, they do have free support by e-mail, so I contacted them and gave them the...
Summary: Since this is a simple K V M switch, I'll list the pros and cons. Pros - D V I Connections! Finally a non VGA K V M for under $80. U S B connections AND audio mic wires for those who have moved beyond the PS2 connector keyboard and mouse. Blue LED indicator for which computer is active; it flashes when no connection is detected. Long cord on the push button switch allows you to place it in the most convenient space.
Summary: The switch was what I needed and it worked perfectly for 2 weeks and quit working. I removed in and reinstalled it and it worked for about 20 minutes. A total loss since I could not send it back because I lost some of the original package material.