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Introducing the four port MiniView Micro USB KVM switch from IOGEAR the simplest way to simultaneously run and share audio among four computers with a single USB keyboard, monitor and USB mouse.

This self-powered KVM switch features the unique USB sniffing technology for USB mouse and keyboard emulation to ensure smooth operation, as well as support for Plug-n-Play monitors and most wheel mice. Our patented VSE Video Signal Enhancement technology provides rich, 32-bit color at resolutions up to 2048 x 1536.

Another big plus is the MiniView capability to provide audio support, it allows you to share your multimedia speakers among the connected computers.

This switch also offers multi-platform support; it is compatible with Windows and Mac computers as well as Sun Solaris workstations. IOGEAR delivered a huge breakthrough in KVM operation to Mac and Sun users by enabling functionality for the special keys on these systems. When using a PC keyboard, a special set of hot keys are designed to emulate the special keys on Mac and Sun machines.

The Miniview Micro USB KVM has two 6' long KVM cables molded-in, all you need to do is to plug it into your computers and you'e got a complete KVM solution from IOGEAR. In addition, it has two other available ports to connect them to your computers for future expansion.

Features:

Control up to 4 computers from a single video, USB keyboard and USB mouse

Expandable and extendable: two 6' molded-in cables, two detachable cables

Full support for Mac, PC and Sun systems

Supports Mac and Sun special keys

Connect speakers to enjoy audio from any connected system

Select system by tapping Hot Keys on keyboard

Instant, error-free boot-up

Plug-n-Play

2048 x 1536 video resolution support

Requires no software

Requires no external power

Requirements:

Computers with a USB connection and VGA connection

Windows 98, 98SE, ME, 2000, XP

Mac OS 8.6 or greater

Sun Solaris work station

Linux, UNIX and other USB supported systems*

*Additional drivers and support may be needed

Audio: Requires powered speakers systems

NOTE:
KVM comes with 2 built in cables and 2 detachable cables for a total of 4 cables

Package Content:

1 MiniView Micro USB KVM Switch

1 User Manual

1 Quick Start Guide

1 Warranty Registration Card
Availability: 4-6+ Weeks
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IOGEAR 4-Port USB KVM Switch with Built-in KVM Cables and Audio Support is rated 2.50 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Junk Didn't work at all. With no external power supply, it relies on some machine for power, and using the hot keys to switch between machines (the only option) consistently failed to switch the keyboard/mouse. Routinely, the switch would hang, and would not respond to keyboard hot keys. This is not a product for a serious user. I'll be returning this unit, and finding something more reliable.
Date published: 2014-09-15T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not a bad device for simple resource sharing I have four of these devices in my server room. I like to use them for PC setup on the bench, so that I only have to have one monitor, keyboard and mouse. I have one on my desk so that I can switch back and forth from my Windows 7, Windows 10 computers and my Mac Mini (using an adapter). I also use one for a pair of ancillary servers in my environment. I'm used to the keystroke to move from one device to the next, so it doesn't bother me, but visitors are sometimes confused. I wish it had an external power supply, I have one device that doesn't seem to be getting enough power from the computer to run. I also wish the video output were DVI or HDMI instead of VGA, but for computer setup it's fine. If you're looking for a way to share resources on a bench or a desktop it works just as you would expect.
Date published: 2015-11-16T00:00:00-05:00