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Vorteile eines Software KVM Switches gegenüber einem Hardware KVM.

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Multiplicity KVM review

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6 thoughts on “software kvm

  1. Purchased the AGPtek pair for HDMI Extender over LAN routers and they worked great. My place of worship needed to transfer a camera feed into a second room when space was tight and only had a wired network to work with. We plugged them in, no setup, no configuration, it just worked transferring both Audio and Video glitch free over a normal existing wired router network like most houses and small business have. Make sure you use CAT6 Network cables and good HDMI connections and you are all set.

  2. Very poor quality with a deceptive product description.If you only want 720p then this will work. The picture quality is obviously compressed but it’s acceptable if you are just doing basic tasks.Try and up the resolution to the claimed 1080p though and give up on any contrast or smooth graphics. Looks like the 1080 just gets compressed to 720 then uprezzed at the other end.The USB is also very laggy and barely usable at times.I had this connected over a 50 foot cat 6 and even tried on another cable just in case.This is going back and I’m using a powered HDMI over cat 6 and separate USB over cat 6. Uses more cables (3) but is cheaper and actually works.

  3. I was looking for an alternative to swapping wireless keyboard dongles between my Windows Desktop and my Macbook Pro which is setup in a desktop configuration for the most part. The additional ports provide future expansion potential. The four port USB switch is well designed, well built. It has the same form factor as a normal USB hub and comes in an attractive gloss black finish. The included hub to host (male, male USB A) cables are high quality and plenty long (6′) to easily run to both computers. What I like but others may not is that the Computer 1 and 2 position readout is just legible – the blue LEDs are run at low power – unlike the usual trend of products with obnoxiously bright LED indicators.Support for the switch is seamless and driverless in both my MacOS X 10.11 and Windows 7 machines. There is a OS specific setup time of 5 – 20 seconds when switching host computers. The switch has the option to be powered through an optional 5V input via a micro USB input ( cable not included ). For my low power application, the 5V input was not needed.

  4. Amazing! I didn’t even have to ask my husband to make it work. (for context, I still don’t know how to work the VCR or find tv shows). It was totally obvious and worked immediately. Nothing to do other than plug everything in and go! UGreen, where have you been all my life! No more unplugging and plugging and weakening my USB ports!Postscript: tested this at home (above review) and printer, scanner, labelmaker worked wonderfully on my dining room table experiment. Then I brought it to my office and couldn’t get it to work. After much frustration and rejiggering of cables, I found a combination that worked – in part. It likes shorter cables. It also needed the extra power supply. I don’t think it likes power hogs like printers unless you’ve got a short cable. Because I need a long cable to get between the two desks, I ultimately ended up buying a new printer so we don’t have to try and share. So, this is now hooked up to the Dymo label printer and the Fujitsu Scansnap which both work great for the two shared workspaces. I’m still happy with it so will keep the rating.

  5. I need to share my new 40″ UHD TV as a monitor, keyboard. and mouse between my home and work computers. Finding an HDMI KVM with 4K capability is near impossible. I found a displayport KVM with that resolution but it was pretty expensive and required I purchase DP cables. I used this and a 2 port HDMI switch for a total of $34. A bit kludgy but what the heck. It gives me the capability I want at a low cost.Yeah, I know, who in their right mind would want a 40″ 4K monitor, right?I downgraded my rating for this device today because it quit functioning well. When I swap between computers now, the USB ports quit functioning properly and I have to reboot my computer to get them working again. ? Don’t know why that works but it is irritating to have to do that. Only a couple of months old.

  6. Works great over my LAN. I had to make sure multicast wasn’t being blocked on one of my switches, but that was my only hiccup. Right now it is attached to my Samsung Dex to get it to my Crestron switcher so I can put it anywhere in my house.

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