USB Video Adapter to DVI and VGA 1080p Dual Monitor Duplication, KVM extender

PI Part #: KVM-MACU061

USB Video Adapter to DVI and VGA 1080p Dual Monitor Duplication, KVM extender

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KVM Sharing Extender over USB (Share One Computer with Multiple Users)

The KVM-MACU061 is a KVM sharing extender that allows you to share 1 computer to multiple users (up to 4). The KVM extender supports both VGA and DVI connections, but computers do not need VGA or DVI connections as the unit uses a standard USB connection to send and receive the video and input. Show multiple windows on multiple monitors and share multiple USB devices such as flash drives, increasing productivity and saving money.

  • Full supports both VGA and DVI up to 1080p
  • Good for extending the desktop to another monitor
  • Good for making another console to control the main computer (using duplicate display mode)
  • Same video on both VGA and DVI
  • Can either extend desktop or mirror desktop (using standard OS display controls)
  • USB keyboard and mouse supported
  • Extra USB 2.0 port for a total of 3 USB ports
  • Supports resolutions up to 1920x1440
  • Plug and Play
  • Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista/7/8.1/10/11 compatible
  • Ubuntu, MacOS drivers available
  • Native support on ChromeOS build R51 and higher
  • Add up to 4 units to allow 4 users to share one computer at a time
  • Get the latest drivers
  • USB cable included
  • Self power operation
Package Contents
  • 1 x KVM-MACU061
  • CD with the driver and user's manual
  • 1 x USB A-B cable
Note: Distance is measured through the length of a standard USB cable

UPC: 091324320028

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