Belkin expands KVM switching family

Belkin is expanding its keyboard, video, mouse (KVM) family of products with the introduction of 2-port KVM switches. According to the vendor, users can make both cost and space savings using the switches.

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By  Zoe Moleshead Published  April 2, 2003

Belkin is expanding its keyboard, video, mouse (KVM) family of products with the introduction of 2-port KVM switches. According to the vendor, users can make both cost and space savings as the switches enable them to control two computers from one console.

Furthermore, Belkin touts the easy to use functionality of the switches, which also offer mouse and keyboard emulation and hot key capability. The shortcut keys allow users to switch ports easily through keyboard commands.

The switches also reduce the amount of cables that users require, as they plug into the keyboard slot.

“The launch of our 2-port KVM switches supports our extensive KVM product range. It ensures that computer owners are able to make the most of the resources that they have, at an affordable price,” says Rob Falconer, sales & marketing director, Belkin, UK.

“Belkin KVM series has been especially designed to offer great flexibility for companies and PC users who may need to change their requirements at very short notice,” he adds.

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