VGA USB Hub KVM switches featuring 8 x DB-15 VGA KVM ports and 2 x USB peripheral hub ports in a slim, rack-mountable 1U chassis. These KVM switches allow users to control up to eight servers from one keyboard, mouse, and monitor setup. The USB hub ports let you share peripheral devices, storage devices, printers, and other USB 2.0 devices among multiple computers connected to the KVM. With additional features such as multi-platform support, port switching, and keyboard hotkeys, these switches are highly reliable KVM solutions ideal for a wide range of industries.
VGA USB Hub KVM Switch
8-port VGA USB Hub KVM switches featuring two USB peripheral hub ports, multiple access (Locally, Remotely, and Over IP), multi-platform support, channel selection options, and hot-pluggable design.
REFERENCE VGA USB Hub KVM Switch - Easy and Convenient Acnodes' VGA USB Hub KVM switches are low-cost, highly reliable KVM solutions that can be used in a variety of applications, such as data centers and server rooms. These KVM switches are integrated with two USB peripheral hub ports that allow users to connect flash drives, scanners, storage devices, printers, and any other USB 2.0 devices. The KVMs can be accessed from a local user station, remotely using the integrated Cat6 extender, or over network IP using a standard web browser. Acnodes VGA USB Hub KVM switches support pixel-perfect digital video at resolutions up to 1920 x 1200 / 1080p (1920 x 1080) @ 60hz. In addition, these KVM switches feature multi-platform support for PC, Server, Blade Server, SUN, and MAC systems. Designed to be driver-free, the KVMs support a hot-pluggable design that lets users add or remove PCs for maintenance without powering down the KVM switch or PCs. The integrated USB hub in the KVM allows it to centralize control of a PC and peripheral functions from a single 1U rack-mountable console. It allows the user to share USB devices on multiple computers without detaching the USB device from the console. For example, if you wanted to use a specific thumb drive for all 8 computers connected to your KVM switch, all you would need to do is attach the thumb drive on the front USB input and change from port to port. This will allow each computer to see the thumb drive without any other requirements from the user. This can be helpful for software upgrades on multiple platforms and is super convenient especially when the built-in monitor and keyboard are utilized.