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£33.39 2 Port Black USB KVM Switch Kit with Audio and Cables 2 Port Black USB KVM Switch Kit with Audio and Cables
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Control 2 USB-enabled computers from a single keyboard, mouse and monitor; includes all-in-one cables. The SV211KUSB 2 Port USB KVM Switch Kit with Audio and Cables lets you control two USB-enabled computers using a single keyboard, mouse and VGA monitor and offers both hotkey and top panel push-button operation for simple switching between connected computers.

Designed to integrate seamlessly into any environment, the USB KVM switch offers a small footprint design (roughly the size of a deck of playing cards) and draws power from the connected computers, so it doesn''t require an external power supply.

A suitable solution for virtually any application, the USB KVM switch supports video resolutions of up to 2048 x 1536 as well as audio switching. The USB KVM switch includes two 4ft 2-in-1 VGA and USB Host Cables, providing everything needed for quick installation to provide a complete, out-of-the-box KVM solution.

The KVM switch is delivering dependable and convenient control of multiple computers from a single peripheral station.



Product Description 2 Port USB VGA KVM Switch with Audio and Cables - KVM / audio switch - 2 ports
Device Type
KVM / audio switch - 2 ports
2 x KVM / audio
KVM Users Qty
1 local user
Dimensions (WxDxH)
6 cm x 9.6 cm x 2 cm
200 g
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years warranty
Bundled Services
2 years warranty



Device Type
KVM / audio switch - 2 ports
Enclosure Type
2 x KVM / audio
KVM Local Users Qty
1 local user
Keyboard / Mouse Interface
Max Resolution
2048 x 1536
Status Indicators
Port status

Expansion / Connectivity

2 x KVM - HD-15 , Audio: 2 x USB - mini-USB Type B , 1 x VGA - HD-15 , 1 x keyboard (USB) - Type A , 1 x mouse (USB) - Type A , 1 x microphone - mini-jack , 1 x audio input - mini-jack


Cables Included
2 x video / USB cable - 1.2 m , 2 x audio / USB cable - 1.2 m
Compliant Standards

Software / System Requirements

Software Included
Drivers & Utilities

Dimensions & Weight

6 cm
9.6 cm
2 cm
200 g

Manufacturer Warranty

Service & Support
Limited warranty - 2 years

Customer reviews

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5* Works fine
Reviewed by Steve on 25/03/2009
Delivered promptly and on time. Everything was in the box as stated and it was very simple to install. I ran the software CD on both PCs (Vista) and the little switcher programme installed without difficulty. Plugging in the cables was straightforward and obvious - the diagram in the instruction booklet was clear and unambiguous. Operation is also simple. You end up with an icon on the taskbar showing either '1' or '2' depending on which computer you are currently working on. Switching is straightforward: hit scroll lock twice and that's it, along with the usual dee-dum USB noise/alert. You can also switch using the buttons on the little box itself but I've not bothered. The software (Windows-only) gives you some other options but I've not bothered with it since installation. A good bit of kit!
4* Great product
Reviewed by Sam Thompson on 10/10/2008
Pretty good product. Does exactly what it says on the box. In case anyone is wondering, you don't need a USB mouse & USB keyboard together - it is possible to have a single USB dongle which (wirelessly) connects to a mouse and a keyboard. To get your machine to display its correct resolution on boot, just make sure your KVM box is set to receive input from your booting machine.

A couple of minor quibbles: using virtualisation software (such as VMware or Virtual PC) can be problematic. Just be sure to unplug the USB cable from your alt computer (ie. the one not running the virtualisation software). Also, if I was being really picky, in Windows 9x/XP/Vista, during switching machines, you do get that "dee-dum , dee-dum" (USB removed/detected) noise.
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