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wannaoc

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I am looking to buy a USB KVM switch to use with my Logitech cordless keyboard/mouse and LCD setup but I'm worried about some things.

Will it effect my video repsonse and/or quality? After all I paid extra to get 16ms response on my LCD, I wouldn't want to slow it up.

What is a reliable USB switch for up to four computers?

Will I have problems with a wireless keyboard and mouse on it?

Any input would be great. TIA.
 

attack

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well for the USB thing just get those usb/ps2 adapters, then get the needed KVM switch. VGA ones are cheap, around 30 bucks, but DVI ones are around 70.
 

sramjones

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ajrettke said:
well for the USB thing just get those usb/ps2 adapters, then get the needed KVM switch. VGA ones are cheap, around 30 bucks, but DVI ones are around 70.


yeah but the price really strats to go up. with dvi you really wnat a good quality kvm cus if it is going to distort or ruin the image whats the point of using the dvi
 
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wannaoc

wannaoc

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is the lcd dvi or vga

VGA but I don't want a cheap vga one and I would prefer to keep the USB rather than use adapters and would rather pay a little more and have better quality then loose performance on a cheap one.