Aten CS682 2 Port USB DVI KVM Switch

2 Port Aten CS682 USB DVI KVM Switch

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Scan code: LN29351 Manufacturer code: CS682 Request call
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Product Overview The CS682 takes a giant step forward from prior models in the Petite series, by offering DVI functionality, USB 2.0 peripheral sharing, and a rich bass experience for 2.1 surround systems. Another new feature of the CS682 is the implementation of a remote port selector. This means that you can now control port switching from the desktop while the switch itself can be placed in a convenient, out of the way, location. Furthermore, the CS682 features enhanced Video DynaSync™ technology, which stores the console monitor's EDID (Extended Display Identification Data) to optimize display resolution. Also, in addition to new hotkeys, the CS682 offers the latest mouse port-switching function - simply double-click on the scroll wheel of a USB mouse to change ports. Finally, the CS682's new Power on detection feature means that if one of the computers is powered off, switch will automatically switch to the other powered-on computer.

Featuring an unbeatable combination of DVI functionality, USB 2.0 peripheral sharing convenience, and enhanced user-friendly operations, the CS682 allows users to keep up with the latest innovations in desktop multimedia applications. Features One DVI video console controls two USB computers
Fully DVI-Digital specification compliant
USB 2.0 mouse port can be used for USB hub and USB peripheral sharing*
Computer selection via remote port selector, hotkeys, and USB mouse
Audio-enabled - full bass response provides a rich experience for 2.1 channel surround sound systems
Multiplatform support - Windows, Linux, Mac and Sun
Compact design, built-in all-in-on cables (2 x 1.2 m)
Independent switching of the KVM and Audio focus - one computer can have the KVM focus while the other has the audio focus
Superior video quality - up to 1920 x 1200
Compatible with widescreen LCD monitors
Video DynaSync™ - Exclusive ATEN technology eliminates boot-up display problems and optimizes resolution when switching between ports
Power on detection - if either of the computers is powered off, the CS682 will automatically switch to the other computer
Supports multimedia keyboards
Supports wireless keyboards and mice
Console mouse port emulation/bypass feature supports most mouse drivers and multifunction mice
Mac/Sun keyboard support and emulation**
HDCP Compliant
Non-Powered
Firmware upgradable

* This may require an additional power adapter.
** • PC keyboard combinations emulate Mac/Sun keyboards.
• Mac/Sun keyboards work only with their own computers.
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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
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Reviews
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Mixed keyboard / mouse compatibility I bought this KVM switch for switching between my Windows 7 and CentOS (Linux) systems. While the switch itself is fairly good quality (and while expensive, seems to be one of the best value options for DVI switching) unfortunately it has struggled to work correctly with my input devices. My RAT5 mouse works intermittently, while the mouse always moves, sometimes the left mouse button does not seem to register. I switched to my SteelSeries GW2 mouse in the hope that this may work better, but to my dismay plugging this in causes both my keyboard and the mouse to flash on/off and not work. I would note that both mice work OK if plugged directly into the computers, so my current solution is to have a mouse plugged into each system - not the best solution after a new purchase. I currently use a Razer Blackwidow keyboard, it seems the KVM switch may have an issue with the 'polling rate' or something similar, because it seems to intermittently miss a keystroke (or sometimes gets stuck pressing a key until it is pressed again). This is quite annoying when writing code / executing commands in Linux as I'm sure you can imagine. I am hoping that a new keyboard will work better and am planning to purchase one soon. Here is an example unedited paragraph to show you how often typing errors occur. You will find a copy of the correctly typed (corrected) version below for comparison. Here is an eample unedited paragrph to show you how often typing errors ocur. You will find a copy of thecorrectly typed (corrected) version below for comarison. So yeah, my advice would be to do your research and perhaps looks for a better model if available. Bear in mind these issues could be specific to my input devices (if you have the same keyboard or mouse DO NOT BUY) but I would still recommend buying a slightly more premium product if you want to avoid any headaches. 14 August 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Does exactly what I wanted Easy to set up, worked as soon as plugged in. Does say somewhere that it doesn't support resolutions over 1080p, I'm using at that res and can see no degradation of picture quality. Didn't give full marks for value as I expected a product like this to be cheaper although compared to other similar options this seemed cheap. 10 March 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent product, works well I had a problem using a competitor's KVM switch, it wouldn't work on a PCs running Windows 7 and Windows 8. I took a chance on this Aten switch, it worked perfectly immediately, It's a no frills, does exactly what is says on the tine. I'm pleased, it's a good-value unit. 15 August 2014
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VGA Compatibility

I want to use this product to switch between my personal PC with a DVI-D output, and my work laptop with a VGA output. Will this work using a VGA-DVI adapter for my work laptop?

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