Page 1:Clutter Rescue
Page 2:Easy-as-Pie Cable Hookup
Page 3:The Test Candidates In Detail
Page 4:Aten Master View CS-122: Outdated And Clunky Design
Page 5:Fujitsu FS-102ATL: Support For USB And Audio
Page 6:Gembird CAS-231: With Non-slip Rubber Stops
Page 7:Keysonic IC-712IK
Page 8:Lindy CPU Switch Lite 2Port Audio: Takes Up A Lot Of Space
Page 11:Specifications, Continued
Gembird CAS-231: With Non-slip Rubber Stops
The CAS-231 KVM switch handles only classic monitor and input device signals, with no additional features. The small metal case weighs 530 grams (18.7 oz.) Four rubber stops help prevent the box from slipping off the table. For switching between the two computers, you can either use the button on the device or a hotkey on the keyboard. Changing between clients is acknowledged acoustically by the KVM switch. Two LEDs indicate which computer is in operation. The two connector cables are 1.8 meters (5.9 ft.) long.
Plain design, but has everything a KVM switch needs.
Simple: the switching box can't do anything else.
A sticker shows you which buttons function as hotkeys.
- Clutter Rescue
- Easy-as-Pie Cable Hookup
- The Test Candidates In Detail
- Aten Master View CS-122: Outdated And Clunky Design
- Fujitsu FS-102ATL: Support For USB And Audio
- Gembird CAS-231: With Non-slip Rubber Stops
- Keysonic IC-712IK
- Lindy CPU Switch Lite 2Port Audio: Takes Up A Lot Of Space
- Specifications, Continued