Summary: My previous KVM switch had one set of cords die, so could only use with one PC. I thought I'd save money and replace with this one. You always get what you pay for. The cords on the TrendNet are so short as to be unusable, there's no audio connection (which I had on the old one and assumed came...
Pros: Low price
Cons: Absurdly short cords Gives monitor green tint No audio connection
Summary: The wires were a little short for my setup, fortunately I had an extension cable. I really wish they had an HDMI model. I was able to snag this KVM for ~18.00
Pros: This KVM was quick to setup between a windows 7 machine and with a Windows 10 Preview machine. The Win10 machine almost immediately recognized it. Double-tapping my scroll lock toggles the switch! Neat!
Cons: My machines may be to blame, but I find myself waiting at least 8 to 10 seconds for every switch.
Summary: You switch between computers with caps lock key press it twice to switch. They seem to leave this off of package.
Pros: Works as its supposed to, give XP a while to recognize the device. With XP or Vista you may have to use a direct plugged in Keyboard and mouse to log into system for the drivers to configure the KVM USB ports. Windows 7 has no issues but XP takes a little time and it you have a password it might ...
Summary: This is extremely frustrating as a gamer. Most of the time I use this KVM to switch between games or movies depending on what I'm doing or in the mood for. I even have the drivers installed from the website on both computers for this product.
Pros: Was low cost and easy to use in the beginning.
Cons: I only recently started using this unit, as I didn't always have a need to have both of my computers on at the same time. Now that I've been using it my main computer when switching back from my secondary computer won't recognize the usb device at all. Also on that note, even if I unplug my keybo...
Summary: I bought this to replace my trusty Belkin PS/2 KVM, because my shiny new K70 keyboard won't work with passive adapters. The high pitched wine is a fatal flaw.
Pros: Cheap. Works with both Linux and Windows.
Cons: When the keyboard's LED backlighting is turned on, there is an annoying high pitched drone from the computer's speakers. It happens on the both the Linux and Windows 7 computers. As others have noted, the hot key sequence only works from Windows to Linux. Switching to Linux is almost instantaneou...
Summary: This is the second one I purchase for home use after testing the first one at the office. Works with Logitech unifying receiver for mouse/keyboard combo. You can plug the receiver into either one of the usb ports and it will detect both the keyboard and mouse.