Control two computers using one monitor, USB keyboard, and USB mouse with D-Link's 2-Port USB KVM Switch with Audio Support (KVM-221). The KVM-221 allows users to effortlessly control two systems without having to buy additional computer peripherals. It is ideal for the home office where business files are kept on one computer and personal files on another. With the built-in audio support, you can also share a set of speakers between two computers. Listen to music on one computer while having quick access to resources on the second computer! You can even dedicate one computer as a music server.
MAXIMIZE YOUR DESK SPACE
Since the KVM-221 manages two computers using only one monitor, keyboard, and mouse, it frees up your desktop space, minimizing wires and extra devices that would be needed otherwise. In addition, the KVM-221 is compact in size, making it fit into virtually any workspace.
The KVM-221 is easy to install and even easier to use. No drivers or software is required. It is a true plug and play device that will have you up and running quickly. Once connected, you can easily switch between the two computers with the front panel "select" button and keyboard hot keys.
Simple to install and easy to use, the 2-Port USB KVM Switch with Audio Support (KVM-221) is the ideal solution if you are looking for a dedicated music server, a professional working from home, or you are simply looking to add another computer to your work station.
WHAT THIS PRODUCT DOES
The D-Link 2-port KVM Switch with Audio Support (KVM-221) allows you to control two computers with a single monitor, USB keyboard, and USB mouse. Use the "Select" button or keyboard hot keys to easily switch between two computers and perform multiple tasks. Unclutter your desktop and simplify your workspace with the compact D-Link KVM-221 KVM Switch.
MULTITASKING WITH MUSIC
The built-in audio support allows you to share a set of speakers with two computers. This enables you to listen to Internet radio or voice conferences on one computer while surfing the web or performing other tasks simultaneously on the other. Use one computer as a dedicated music server while having full access to the other computer's system resources.