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Cables to Go 2-Port DVI and USB KVM Switch

32571

Discontinued
Recommended replacement: Iogear GCS1642
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The Cables to Go 32571 controls 2 DVI-equipped computers with one flat panel, USB keyboard, mouse, and speaker set.
The Port Authority2 DVI USB KVM Switch allows you to access, control, boot and reboot multiple USB-enabled multimedia computers. You can do this by using only one USB keyboard, mouse, DVI monitor/Flat Panel Display and a speaker set and microphone. In addition this switch provides two USB 2.0 ports for high-speed USB device sharing. The audio and microphone switching function offers an uninterrupted multimedia experience. The Port Authority2 KVM Switch provides multi-platform support for PC, Macintosh G3/G4 and iMAC. For users who might need to use a hot key preceding sequence other than two scroll locks, five key alternatives for free configuration are available.

Cables To Go 32571 Product Features:

  • Integrated 2-port USB 2.0 hub allows you to share connected USB devices between computers
  • Supports digital resolutions up to 1600x1200
  • Front button or USB hotkey selection
  • LED status indicators allow you to easily see which computer is selected
  • Support for most PCs and Macs with DVI and USB interface
  • Macintosh and iMAC are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. This product is not manufactured or endorsed by Apple Computer, Inc.

Cables To Go 32571 System Requirements:

  • Requires a DVI monitor/flat panel display, USB Keyboard, USB mouse, and optional speakers and microphone.
  • Supports Dos, Windows 3.X, 95/98SE/NT/2000/ME/XP or Novell Netware

32571 Package Contents:

  • Port Authority2 2-Port DVI USB KVM Switch
  • DC 9V/1A power adapter
  • Two 1.2m DVI video cables
  • Two 1.2m USB cables (A/B)
  • Two 1.2m audio/mic cables
  • Quick Installation Guide
  • Warranty: 1 Year
  • Color: Black
  • Size: 6.5 L x 1.75 H x 4.25 W inches
  • Weight: 4.50lbs
Question: Hi, so I will be able to connect two pc's with digital inputs to this KVM?
Answer: Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, it appears this switch is no longer in stock.

An alternative would be the https://www.kvm-switches-online.com/2sv130bnd1.html. The SwitchView 2SV130BND1 supports DVI-I inputs