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The SV231TDVIUA 2-Port Triple Monitor DVI USB KVM Switch allows 2 PCs (each with 3 DVI video outputs) to share monitors, 1 microphone and set of speakers, 1 keyboard and 1 mouse, as well as an additional USB 2.0 peripheral such as an external hard drive, thumb drive, printer or webcam. The Triple DVI KVM switch enables you to switch back and forth between 2 multi DVI PCs at the touch of a button, while maintaining professional-level video quality on all monitors at resolutions up to 1920x1200. Switch 3 monitors and peripherals between 2 PCs Supports high definition DVI resolutions on 3 monitors each up to 1920x1200 Switch Audio devices independently Supports front panel push button and hot-key functions for computer selection OS independent; No software or drivers required All metal chassis for long-term durability Hub port supports High speed USB 2.0 devices HDCP compliant The triple monitor DVI switch also features an integrated USB hub port which allows USB 2.0 peripherals to be shared between attached systems, eliminating duplicate peripheral costs and offering the convenience of sharing stored data between PCs. The SV231TDVIUA 2-Port Triple Head DVI KVM Switch is backed by a StarTech 3-year warranty and free lifetime technical support. Applications Switch three displays, mouse, keyboard, speakers, microphone and one USB peripheral between two PCs Graphic design and Multimedia production applications Great for CAD/CAM operators using multiple monitor systems Financial/banking and Trading work stations, with multiple monitors High resolution medical imaging with multiple displays Advantage By enabling control of two triple display computer systems using a single set of peripherals, the switch helps saves cost and work space With support for high definition resolutions (1920x1200) on each of the 3 connected monitors, the triple head KVM switch offers maximum screen real estate for optimized productivity Integrated USB 2.0 hub and mic/audio ports enable you to have full multimedia control of two computers, while sharing USB peripherals Note: While both DVI-I (analog mode) and DVI-D (digital only) are supported by the KVM, both source PCs must output the same signal type for proper switching. It is recommended, wherever possible, to use DVI-D cables across all PC to KVM and KVM to Console connections.