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Looking for a GOOD, QUALITY kvm switch, 2 port or more


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Need a good one where I won't have to wrestle with mouse not working or video not coming up, etc. I've already had the cheapies from Best Buy and CompUSA and am ready to smash them up into a tiny little pieces and spread them about on the Mfr's parking lot. :) :tazz:

Ahhhhhhh. I feel better now. :) So any suggestions? I'm willing to spend some money for a good one!!
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i always use belkin here at work

http://catalog.belki...ction_Id=201714
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Thanks dsenette. Do you know if there are any KVM's that support PS/2 AND USB??
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i believe there are....i'd have to look
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