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2 Port Quad Monitor HDMI USB 3.0 KVM Switch, 4K60Hz

Connector Type       HDMI + USB 3.0

Switch Type              KVM Switch

Material                     Metal

Mounting Type         Surface Mount,                                                   Wall Mount

Actuator Type           Push Button

Control Method        Remote

 In Stock

​About this item

  • 2 computers sharing one set of keyboard & mouse, 4 monitors, audio, 2 USB 3.0 peripheral devices. Support HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2, HDR 10, EDID. Build-in memory function in case of a power outage. Metal case body with a premium finish, space-saving design with non-slip foot pads.

  • We are certified HDMI adopters for over 10 years. Excellent image processing and transmission capacity, make the output signal more smooth and steady. Drive-free for Windows 10/7/2000/XP/Vista, Linux, Mac, Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, Raspbian, Ubuntu, etc.

  • Max resolution up to 4096x2160@60Hz, 3840x2160@60Hz, 3840x1620@60Hz, 3440x1600@60Hz, 3440x1440@60Hz, 3840x1080@60Hz, 3200x1800@60Hz, 2560x1440@60Hz, 2048x1536@60Hz, 2048x1280@60Hz, 2048x1080@60Hz, 1920x1200@60Hz, 1920x1080@60Hz and lower resolution. Support auto-detection, and auto scan mode for monitoring all computers/Macs/laptops.

  • Four switching way optional: Hotkey switching(NumLock + NumLock + 1 / 2 + Enter, or Ctrl + Ctrl + 1 / 2 + Enter , or ScrollLock + ScrollLock + 1 / 2 + Enter), mouse switching(click mouse wheel 2 times), manual button switching, wired remote push-button switching. Three display modes are optional: Extended display, duplicate display, and splits display.

  • Support wired/wireless/unify/Bluetooth/gaming/mechanical keyboard/mouse, Apple keyboard (hotkey is changeable), touch screen, OLED screen, 16:9 widescreen, 21:9 ultra-wide monitors, etc. (Bluetooth keyboard/mouse should with a receiver, it doesn't support built-in Bluetooth keyboard/mouse). It can switch by mouse or keyboard independently, even it without USB signal input, such as Apple TV, Android TV box, etc. And it can enter into the BIOS interface directly.

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