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I want to try a kvm switch.
I have 1 tower/KB/mouse PS/2 and 2nd tower/KB/mouse USB. I've seen adapters listed. Is there a difference in going PS/2 to USB vs USB to PS/2? I haven't seen a KVM switch that is half/half WHY? Is switch made for like models only?
Which KVM switch PS/2 or USB or matters not?
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There are KVM Switches that support both USB and PS2 interface. Check with KVMSwitchTech, especially their Cat5 KVM Switch solutions because that enables you to mix and match different platforms and connect into a single KVM Switch.
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