You can only use one keyboard and mouse at a time, right?
Most workspaces become so cluttered that it’s rare you’d have enough room to accommodate two whole computers simultaneously. With two monitors, two keyboards, two mice and possibly two mouse pads as well, there won’t be much room left over for papers, inboxes and other important office work. The answer, of course, is to only use one set of the above mentioned components and just switch between two towers. That’s what a KVM does – it shares your keyboard, mouse and monitor between two PCs.
This functionality is great for multitasking in work environments; allowing you to leave one computer to crunch numbers while you continue working on the other - without risking a multitasking nightmare or overload crash. It’s also great if you work from home, because you can have one PC hooked to the internet for business and the other stand-alone for gaming and entertainment – all from the same desk!
It’ll also handle your video at up to 1600x1200 with its 150MHz video bandwidth. You don’t need any fancy software installations and both computers can boot fully without KVM focus on them. It runs off power supplied via the cables, so there’s no need for an external power supply! An LED indicates the focus state and the entire shebang is hot swappable and plug-and-play. I love these things!
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