KVM Switches

KVM Switches

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Multitask like a Pro
KVM Switches are designed to allow a single user to operate multiple computers from a single workstation. KVM stands for Keyboard Video Mouse and a KVM switch allows the user to switch USB devices between multiple computers at the touch of a button.
USB 3.0 Support
The inclusion of USB 3.0 support in a KVM switch allows for high-bandwidth peripherals such as conferencing cameras and speakerphones to be shared across multiple computers.
Mouse-Roaming Multi-View
The BG-MKVM41R allows a single user to view and control 4 computers simultaneously on a single screen. The roaming mouse feature allows instantaneous control switching by simply moving the mouse between desktops.
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Features
Roaming Mouse
The BG-MKVM41R KVM Multiviewer supports control switching via mouse movement
4K UHD
Resolutions up to [email protected] are supported
HDMI
HDMI 2.0a compliant, HDCP 2.2 compliant
USB 3.0
USB 3.0 support (BG-UHD-KVM41)
USB 2.0
USB 2.0 support (BG-UHD-KVM21A/41A/41R)
Table Grommet Control
The BG-UHD-KVM41 supports up to 4 table grommets (BG-SC-GRHU) for control
Multiview Out
View all inputs simultaneously on a single screen with the BG-MKVM41R
3 Year Warranty
Parts & Labor covered for 3 years

A KVM switch is a hub that allows you to share multiple computers from a single monitor, keyboard, and mouse.

KVM switches can be found anywhere that the requirement exists for multiple computers to be controlled by a single user. IT departments, home offices, and software companies are typical use cases.

Yes, this is actually one of the most common applications for a KVM switch. Many people need to use both systems for their work, and a KVM switch helps clean up a workspace by eliminating redundant monitors and control interfaces.

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