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StarTech.com 2 Port DisplayPort Dual-Monitor KVM Switch - 4K 60Hz

$332.99
$311.99
Mfg # SV231DPDDUA2 CDW # 4524133

Quick tech specs

  • Access two dual-monitor computers and two shared USB peripherals from a single workstation
  • Maximum productivity with dual-display multi-computer access
  • 2 port DisplayPort KVM/2 port dual monitor KVM switch/Display port KVM/DisplayPort 1.2 KVM/Dual monitor DisplayPort KVM/2 monitor KVM switch/4K60
  • Works with 4K monitors such as Asus PB278Q and 4K computers such as HP EliteBook 840 G2 HP ProBook 650 G1
  • Astonishing picture quality with support for Ultra HD 4K resolutions at 60Hz
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This 2-Port DisplayPort KVM switch features audio and USB peripheral support along with dual-monitor capability which makes it easy to create a multimedia workstation that can switch between two dual-head or twin DisplayPort systems.


Maximize Productivity

With support for two DisplayPort 1.2 video inputs and two different computers, this KVM switch helps maximize productivity. You can access multiple computers, giving you the freedom to multitask and increase your productivity.


You can also use low-cost adapters to achieve a dual-display setup using your computer's secondary HDMI or DVI port.


Astonishing Picture Quality

This dual DisplayPort KVM switch supports resolutions up to Ultra HD 4K at 60Hz, and can drive two large DP monitors with ease. This makes it the ideal solution for creating workstations where high-quality imaging is critical, such as graphic design.


Complete Multimedia Control

This KVM switch features auxiliary 3.5 mm audio ports that let you share independent analog audio, from each of your connected computers, with your desktop speaker set. With independent audio support, along with dual 4K DP video, you get full multimedia control between different computers which makes this the perfect KVM switch for creative professional applications such as video and sound design or editing.


Convenient Peripheral Sharing

This KVM switch offers a built-in 2-port USB hub that's separate from your HID keyboard and mouse. This enables you to share USB peripherals between each connected computer and avoid the expense of separate equipment. The USB hub automatically switches your connected USB devices to the selected computer, saving you the hassle and cost of outfitting each of your computers with their own peripherals.


SV231DPDDUA2 is backed by a StarTech.com 2-year warranty and free lifetime technical support.

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StarTech.com 2 Port DisplayPort Dual-Monitor KVM Switch - 4K 60Hz is rated 3.40 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Terrible function I am not happy, it does not support over 60hz on any rez. The customer support did not seem to care. Trash quality product.
Date published: 2021-06-08T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Keyboard+mouse are working with 2 screens! Make sure to actually use the usb output that matches the computer your are testing your mouse+keyboard with. I had the keyboard+mouse not working like some mentioned in other comments/reviews. I contacted the support team which helped me make it work correctly. It's silly but we never know what would have with lack of coffee : .
Date published: 2022-06-09T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very expensive poor experience... Product doesn’t work with any keyboard or mouse combination that I have purchased whether that be wired or wireless from either Logitech or Microsoft. It doesn’t recognise my HP Elitebook, only my Dell Optiplex and I would have raised this further with Startech’s ‘claimed’ 24 hour support, however it’s not available 24 hours a day. I would try to diagnose and rectify this further myself, but Startech have very limited information online for product setup and support. Very expensive product for such a poor experience.
Date published: 2020-11-15T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from not off to a great start got this to use with my work-from-home setup. it's one of the few KVMs that I can use given I have an Acer xb271hu so 1440p 165hz (willing to accept 144hz) atm, I've just set up the USB switching, and sadly it fails to switch my microphone interface Roland VT-4. The audio is choppy and laggy id assume no audio interface can be run thru the hub. my Sony A7 II sends a video stream to a simple 1080p capture card that acts as a generic webcam that also does not work on the hub, corrupted video, not sure what the hub is doing to achieve that. but i suspect its also why the audio interface doesn't work as data is being mangled my Logitech superlight both wireless and wired does not work in the mouse USB slot, it, however, works in the hub slot. my GMMK pro thankfully works in the keyboard slot. at this kind of price, it would be nice to at least see 1 or 2 USB 3.0 slots.
Date published: 2022-09-14T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Seems to work great so far, but USB 2.0 Didn't realize I had a USB 3.0 device in my chain (webcam), but it's sad thinking now that a decade after USB 3 is introduced, that this is still only a USB 2.0 hub. Otherwise, thinking this would be great.
Date published: 2020-03-12T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Display section works well. USB section poor. Installed many Startech KVM's. Unfortunately they haven't updated the USB section to keep with the times. Please add USB-C support. Won't detect AV devices that connect over USB, even though it's already installed on the PC. I have to connect two separate cameras and speakers to support each PC. Was hoping I can unify this.
Date published: 2021-09-16T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No EDID support so lots of flickering I wish I didn't buy this device. Everytime I switch between my Mac and PC (which is very often during my day) I have to wait 3-5 seconds while the displays readjust and flicker like crazy. Wish I hadn't waffled for so long and just returned the thing.
Date published: 2020-07-22T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No issues and a great display! Finally a displayport KVM supporting dual display for my workstation! The SV231DPDDUA2 was a great addition to my workbench as I was able to utilize a two monitor setup as opposed to being limited to a single display with conventional KVMs. I can also share USB peripherals as well as mic and sound inputs. Works great for my immediate needs. Will there be a four port model? * I received this product for free in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.
Date published: 2017-05-17T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dual monitor support is great to have I have a two monitor workspace set up and I have both a workstation and server running off them through a KVM that does not support dual monitors. I was only able to run my workstation using two monitors by running one monitor to the KVM unit and one directly to the other monitor. When I switched over to the server, I was only able to use the one monitor. This KVM unit solved that problem by having dual monitor support built in. Now I am able to switch back and forth between my workstation and server utilizing both monitors for maximum display. This KVM unit can handle 4K resolution and the picture is clear and sharp. It also offers support for switching the sound and mic as well using the 3 mm jacks. The only thing I wish it had was other display port connections other than just HDMI but that issue can be resolved with adapters which I assume would work but not tested. Overall, a great solid unit that works as described.
Date published: 2017-05-01T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from High quality 4k KVM! Video and audio quality through the switch are up to par. Switching is smooth and quick (faster than my old HDMI switch!), and the box is nice and compact. Be SURE to READ the instruction booklet before you buy this (pay attention to the keyboard port and note about gaming keyboards/mice!). I used a Macbook, Linux box, and Windows box in my testing. Only gripes: A) USB 2.0? Why go backwards? (this is the only 'star' reduction gripe) B) No Mac hotkey support? C) Independent Audio Switching can only be enabled via hotkey (no Mac). I received this product in exchange for an unbiased review.
Date published: 2017-05-16T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An Excellent 2-Port KVM Switch I have been in the technology business for over 35 years and for the past 20+ years I have been asked to provide unbiased reviews of various products from both the AV and IT world. In review of this product I have found that this product provides true 4K video from the dual display port. Unlike others I have tested, there is no tearing or pixelation during fast motion video partly due to the 60Hz refresh rate where others in this same class only allow 30Hz. The auxiliary 3.5 mm audio ports allows you to share analog audio, from each of your connected computers, with your independent speaker system. When performing audio or video editing, this unit is a must have, as the performance is excellent. In the box: -KVM Switch -Universal Power Adapter (NA, EU, UK, ANZ) -Instruction Manual In summation, solid product, intuitive and easy to use. I received this product in exchange for an unbiased review.
Date published: 2017-05-07T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well, great warranty support I've had this over a year. works very reliably, does what it needs to do. Occasionally one of my computers does not recognize the mouse and keyboard, switching back and forth rectifies that quickly. Had a thunderstorm induced power event after a year of operation. Tech support helped my diagnose, and replaced quickly under warranty, no muss, no fuss.
Date published: 2021-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product but only USB 2.0 This is a very reliable KVM. However, given that I use high speed gaming mice, and a capture card, I need USB 3.0. The USB bandwidth offered on the KVM is limited to only a basic wired mouse and keyboard.
Date published: 2020-04-10T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from doesnt work with any mouse and keyboard works great with 2 screens attached. but no matter what keyboard and mouse I connect to it, it just doesn't work. they sometimes work for a few seconds and then stop
Date published: 2022-04-20T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wish It Had Faster Refresh For 2K/Lower Resolution Need to share two monitors with a fast 144hz refresh gaming PC and a standard work laptop in this new era of work-from-home...wish this KVM Switch had a higher refresh rate, if not at 4K at least for 2K and lower resolutions...will keep looking.
Date published: 2021-04-22T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great with Windows10, not Windows 11 Constant instability issues with any device connected through the KVM in Windows 11. Works flawlessly with Windows 10. I'm connected with 2 Dell Daisy chained monitors and a Dell 32" curved display. My main machine is an AMD custom built, while the other device is a Dell laptop with a Thunderbolt display. Window 11 issues: laggy, and slow connections with (unrecognized USB driver warnings) with the KVM, and games would stall for 1 min. If I removed the KVM from the machine they boot and run fine. I downgraded back to Win10 as its very inconvenient to switch 3 cables back and forth all day. I really hoped starteck had a firmware upgrade for this, but nothing. This is really the only dual port 60hz 4k KVM on the market and no other choices.
Date published: 2022-10-17T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No USB Hub Support Covers the basics, with dual monitor 60 hz 4k support, with a mouse and keyboard and 2 usb devices. I found that the average displayport cables did not work well with this, leading to the monitors flickering off and on or other screen artifacts. Had to buy 4 different sets of displayport 1.4 cables from amazon until I found a pair that worked. However, does not support plugging USB Hubs into the switch, to extend to more USB devices. Also does not support disabling the beep sound which changing machines, or keyboard hotkeys to change machines.
Date published: 2020-06-29T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Too many quirks for me I had my boss order this for me for switching between my workstation and laptop. Unfortunately this was only a few short weeks before COVID restrictions went in place and it lay abandoned on my desk (along with my workstation). DP was a fantastic equalizer but I found it very odd that when connected through this switch, my laptop (connected through a Dell WD15 K17A USB-C dock) would not detect the second display. Bypassing this switch, it worked fine. For the record, I used the HDMI and mini DP on the dock, though I did try the VGA to the same effect: only one display detected. Fast forward a pandemic (mostly) and I got my workstation set up here at home, where it will likely stay. I have this switch working properly, though I had to downgrade to a Dell dock I had hanging around my house for the same undetected display problems I mentioned. This time, I'm connected through DP to DP from dock to switch and DP to DVI from switch to monitors (dual LG 24EN33s). I'm super happy with the video switching, now, despite having to buy new cables twice after already having what I needed. I didn't feel like I could ask my boss to cover the additional cables, so that's another $50-ish in my setup. Of course, now the real problem of running with this switch as my daily driver... Now, I'm stuck with the hardest time getting mice to work through the switch. I've tried a few I had kicking around the house that has varying degrees of wonkiness, one out-right not working at all I got from our gaming rig in the house. The one I got working "okay" is an old Logitech M-BT96a, pretty much the most basic USB optical mouse out there. Plugged in directly to my outdated dock, it works fine. Plugged in through this switch: I literally cannot consistently click and drag. I'm sure it's missing the button press between cycles but given the age of this mouse, I can't imagine it's inundating the switch with too much data. Obviously the better mouse with insanely high DPI and all sorts of gaming features just flat-out didn't work, but I almost expected it to, given my experience with this switch. I should also point out that this is running on my Red Hat Enterprise Linux workstation/Pop! OS laptop. I've tried multiple flavors of environments but my daily driver is GNOME. I also maintain a Windows 10 Enterprise image that I boot off of now and again on my laptop. Windows has the exact same issues of not being able to click and drag, making highlighting text and dragging windows between monitors a huge pain. For something designed for using two monitors, this is unfortunate. I actually came to the site to see if there was an updated firmware that would fix these perplexing issues but alas, the only downloads I've found are PDFs singing this switches praises... Sadly, I have to keep two mice on my desk right now and leave them off of the switch so my two machines are usable. It really is ridiculous and I would have returned it but never got the chance to put this switch through its paces before that window closed (thanks, COVID).
Date published: 2021-04-21T00:00:00-04:00