Z24A 2 Port USB HDMI KVM Switch - USB2.0 x 4
Z24A 2 Port USB HDMI KVM Switch - USB2.0 x 4
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Z24A 2 Port USB HDMI KVM Switch - USB2.0 x 4

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2 Port USB HDMI KVM Switch

Share a keyboard, mouse and HDMI® monitor between 2 multimedia computers

The Z24A 2-port USB HDMI® KVM Switch lets you control two USB-enabled multimedia computers or devices with HDMI video interfaces, using a single peripheral set/console (USB keyboard, mouse, monitor, speakers and microphone).

A highly versatile KVM solution, the USB HDMI KVM Switch features an integrated 4-port USB 2.0 hub that lets selected computers access shared high speed USB devices, eliminating the cost of duplicate USB peripheral purchases.

Ensuring high quality video capability, the HDMI KVM switch supports HD resolutions of up to 1920 x 1080. Offering genuine digital signal transmission over the cable, this switch can be used to share one HD panel between multiple HDMI sources such as Blu-Ray players, Video Game consoles and HD media centers.

Applications

■ Ideal for sharing two newer HDMI® multimedia PCs with an HDMImonitor
■ Students can use a single monitor and connect their gaming consolealong side their PC or laptop
■ Allows multimedia PCs to share peripherals and a single highdefinition television
■ Use in the Office to connect two multimedia PCs to a single consoleconnection increasing productivity

Features

■ 2-port HDMI USB 2.0 Switch
■ 4-port USB 2.0 hub (compliant with the USB 2.0 specification)
■ Supports push button PC Switching(Audible tone indicating PC switching)
■ Integrated USB 2.0 hub - Share USB peripherals between PCs
■ Supports High Resolutions Digital video up to 1080p (1920x1080)
■ No software drivers required; OS independent
■ Supports Plug&Play operation