CES 2007: Belkin connects one DVI monitor to two computers

Las Vegas (NV) - Here is an old idea for your new computer: Belkin has introduced its "Flip DVI-D," which lets you share your keyboard, mouse, speakers, and DVI monitor for both your computers - and use only one monitor. If you are working in a tight space and need two computers the device may be saving you valuable room on your desk. According to Belkin, a "simple, stylish remote button sits on your desk and lets you flip between your two computers."

The Flip DVI-D two-port switch sells for $150 and supports screen resolution of up to 1600x1200 on a single-link and up to 2560x1600 in dual link mode.