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Wireless Mouse and Keyboard

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Hello, I used to connect two computers to one monitor using an IOGEAR 2-port KVM switch. I had a mouse and keyboard which connected to the PC using cables. Now I have a wireless mouse and keyboard(Logitech X110). Is there any way I can connect to two computers with these. Thanks for your help. Bert.
OS Windows XP Pro.
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you would need a kvm switch capable of using usb input devices (mice and keyboards)...THEORETICALLY this would allow the wireless devices to work..as it's basically just a usb splitter that does the conections to the computer....
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