Summary: I've had a few of KVM switches and many have given up after a few months. So this time I spent a little more for something more durable. While bigger than some this unit is much smaller than I expected. Somehow it looked bigger in the pictures. That is a good thing as it fits nicely on the desk.
Summary: The product description clearly states that there are two 6 foot cables in the box. What you actually get are two 4 foot cables... My computers are not right next to my feet, so a 4 foot cable is useless to me.
Summary: I've had a very good experience with this particular KVM switch. However, upon experimentation, it appears that only a Tripp Lite brand PS/2 to USB converter will properly support a non-ps/2 computer attached to this device.
Summary: The problem with many inexpensive KVM switches is that the cable connections occupy two or three sides, the selection buttons (if any) are on the top and the hot key switching sequence is cumbersome.