Good but if you don't want to press switch button make sure you have a Scroll Lock button on keyboard.
8 February 2015
Summary: Finally a KVM I can afford for my servers, saving so much space and having audio is a plus even though for servers isn't really needed, but if I do need its there and hooked up. One thing though they need to switch there Hot Swap Keys. Dell no longer has a "Scroll Lock" button on some of the newer keyboards, so you might be stuck pressing the switch button the old fashion way. Not sure to knock a star off for that or knock a star on Dell.
Got so annoyed with it I tossed it in a box and ...
12 January 2015
Summary: Nothing but grief with this thing. I've tried it with Windows 7 laptops and desktops, Server 2008, Mac Mini (older) and Mac laptop (newer) I can't ever get the USB to work when I switch back and forth between devices, it only works if I unplug all of the connections to cut power then reconnect, which is a total PITA.
Worked great. Used Linux and Mac machines on it mostly
D. Smith "Draciron", Amazon
8 October 2014
Summary: Had mine for about a year now. Worked great. Used Linux and Mac machines on it mostly. I do not use the keyboard shortcuts however. To be honest it is usually easier for me to just hit the buttons, which might also explain why I do not get the lag described by others here. I even had an XP machine hooked up it at one time and that functioned quite well also. It is durable, the cable length is better than most KVMs. I have no complaints at all about this product.
Summary: I purchased this KVM switch to replace a Belkin which was destroyed in a house fire. I wish I had purchased another Belkin. I have a mixture of 32 bit and 64 bit computers and for some reason this switch does not seem to be able to handle the 64 bit machines. It works fine with the two 32 bit computers, however when I switch it over to the 64 bit machine the various KVM components cut in-and-out.
Here's how to make the kvm keep high resolution when switching
Linda G., Amazon
30 May 2014
Summary: I purchased this some time ago and failed to write a review. I needed a kvm to reduce some of the clutter on my desk. I have more electronics than any one person should have. I had used several other brands of kvm but none of them have performed as good as this one. Perfect switching every time. The only thing that Trendnet could do to improve on this one is to equip it with Dynasync.
Summary: I have several of these so we save monitors, keyboards, mice and speakers! Trend-net KVMs are less expensive and work great. I have had very few failures, even and 5 years or more of use. I just added this one because it deals with YSB. I only wish it handled more video types besides 15 pin.VGA. I still use the big CRT monitors but someday I hope to afford a flat screen with HDMI. My computer supports that but the Trendnet does not. Likely there are adapters available.
Summary: After having this on for four days straight with 4 computers hooked up it stopped working. If you unplug all of the cords from all components and this switch it will reset the power and it will work fine. For this, I subtracted a star. But overall this is probably the best KVM switch that you will find for the price.
Summary: I like that this unit has audio and mic in/out. It also comes with cables (two short and two long). There is nothing I dislike about this KVM. One thing to note is that the keyboard shortcut doesn't work with Linux natively. You have to configure your OS to work with it.