TRENDnet TK 803R - KVM switch - 8 ports - rack-mountable

Mfg.Part: TK-803R | CDW Part: 1189577 | UNSPSC: 43211604
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  • KVM switch
  • 8 x KVM port(s)
  • 1 local user
  • rack-mountable
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TRENDnet TK 803R - KVM switch - 8 ports - rack-mountable
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Main Features
  • KVM switch
  • 8 x KVM port(s)
  • 1 local user
  • rack-mountable
The 8-port USB KVM switch lets you manage multiple computers with just one set of keyboard, monitor and mouse. This rack mount device supports USB and PS/2 interface on the console side and USB only on the PC side. Popular hardware platforms such as PC, Linux and Mac are supported. Users can switch between PCs using hot-key or push button for flexible management. Users can also hot-plug PCs on the fly to avoid downtime. The 8-port USB KVM switch is the perfect choice for managing multiple PC's.

TRENDnet TK 803R - KVM switch - 8 ports - rack-mountable is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great all-purpose rack-mount KVM. Cables are sold separately and are available in different lengths, so you can get the lengths you need. I have one set up in my small server room and it does exactly what I need, and exactly what it is supposed to do.
Date published: 2013-08-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great if you don't need a keyboard I bought this KVM because I had a four port mamma san KVM (that I bought for $30, including cables, at a computer show) and needed to work with more computers. The 4 port no name KVM would hose up every six months or so; turn it off and turn it on and every thing worked again. I am introducing a number of new computers to the office desktops. They are all from the same manufacturer (Dell) and are the same model and have the same amounts of memory. On the plus side the monitor has always worked, always. There have been few mouse failures, very few. But the keyboard is purely hit or miss. It will stop working in the middle of a session. It not work sometimes when you return from a session with another computer. The only reliable way to restore it is, get this, power off the KVM AND disconnect all the computers. Sometimes but not all the time if you reboot he lost computer it will come back. I even had a computer get so hosed that it was never again able to use any keyboard, i.e. even with a keyboard directly attached. I've never had that happen before, had to use handicap access on screen keyboard to reinstall the operating system. This was sufficiently weird I'll give Trendnet a pass on that even though it happened shortly after the computer was attached to the KVM.So, if you only need to use a mouse, this might be the KVM for you. If you are fine with FREQUENTLY having to directly attach a keyboard to computers when one or more ports fail; or better yet directly attach an additional keyboard for every computer attached to the KVM, the this is the KVM for you. Personally, I think it is best suited to be a boat anchor.By the way I am writing this with a directly attached keyboard because the Trendnet attached keyboard doesn't work (both are Dell keyboards).
Date published: 2013-07-16
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