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Connectland 2-Port PS/2 Mini KVM Switch Review

Posted on Tuesday, September 28 2004 @ 17:57:27 CEST by LSDsmurf


Connectland rate the Mini KVM as being able to handle up to 2048x1536 resolution and 400MHz of video bandwidth. Both of those are very high - so high in fact that I can't test the upper limits on the monitors I have here. Using a 19" AOC CRT, a 17" IBM P70 (Trinitron) CRT and a PolyView PT-725A 17" LCD, I tested a range of resolutions from 1600x1200 @ 75Hz to 800x600 @ 120Hz. The image remained sharp and bright for desktop work or gaming, so no complaints there.



Link: OCAU

Connectland 2-Port PS/2 Mini KVM Switch








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Re: Connectland 2-Port PS/2 Mini KVM Switch
by Anonymous on Friday, May 20 2005 @ 05:19:11 CEST
Keyboard and mouse connections fall out constantly -- there's no tightness at all. This thing works, but it's really in need of a manual switch, since it's impossible to remember what the hotkey sequence is. Don't pay much over $45 AU for this ($25 US) or you're being taken for a fool.






 

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