The CS692 HD USB KVM Switch links two HD-enabled PCs or devices to a single USB keyboard, USB mouse, and HD display console. The CS692 Switch takes a giant step forward from prior cable KVM models in the Petite series, by offering full HDMI functionality, USB 2.0 peripheral sharing (via a USB hub attached to the USB mouse port), and a firmware upgrade function that allows you to keep up with latest available versions.
Featuring an unbeatable combination of HDMI functionality, USB 2.0 peripheral sharing convenience, gaming keyboard support, and enhanced user-friendly operations, the CS692 allows users to keep up with the latest innovations in desktop multimedia applications. Features
• 1x CS692 2-Port USB HD Audio/Video KVM Switch with Remote Port Selector • 1x User Instructions • 2x Hotkey Stickers
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Aten CS692 2-Port USB HD Audio/Video KVM Switch is rated
3.2 out of
Rated 3 out of
Works most of the timeI have a slightly odd setup (iMac driving one external monitor through MDP at 2560x1440 and a second1920x1200 through a Thunderbolt bridge's HDMI), and sharing this last one with a NCU through the Aten. Though this switch works most of the time, even at a 1920x1200 resolution, it loses signal from time to time. I have tried swapping cables, etc., but something seems to be not right. Maybe just interference from other cables?
Date published: 2018-09-18
Rated 5 out of
Aten CS692 KVM does everything I wantThe service from Scan was superb and extremely fast.
The Aten CS692 was compact, very easy to install and does everything that I wanted from a KVM. It is nicely hidden under my desk and the operating button is the only thing on top. The switch from my two CPUs is virtually instantaneous.
Date published: 2018-04-13
Rated 3 out of
It was fit for purposeI got this to avoid getting a new set of inputs and outputs for my second machine. It does a good job once running but there are a couple of minor issues. While it says that the USB ports are good for anything, I found that the macros on my mouse wouldn't work through the switch. Also, if I disconnected power from both machines, the switch wouldn't load correctly when power was restored; to fix this, I had to unplug both USB cables from my main tower before plunging them back in.
Overall, this is still a solid and useful product.
Date published: 2016-12-03
Rated 1 out of
didnt work with the wired mice that i havetried two makes of mice on new PC hardware running win 10 and wind 2012 r2. one no-name brand, and one lenovo mouse. Doesnt work. Have to have separate mice connected to the 2 pcs. hdmi and keyboard work fine.
Date published: 2016-11-16
Rated 4 out of
Good Example of a KVM SwitchThis has all the features that you could need for a 2-desktop scenario that you want to share the keyboard, HDMI screen, mouse & audio.
Works by pushing a button and swaps between screens very quickly & effortlessly or a hotkey combination if you prefer.
Not cheap, but probably worth it.
Probably not as the official spec says it supports up to 1920x1200 maximum.
Answered by: Elliot
Date published: 2015-12-31
Two Windows computers and a Logitech Performance MX Wireless Combo with a Unified receiver. Only need to switch the KB and Mouse, will this work?
Asked by: HandyManny35
Yes this should work.
Answered by: LizN
Date published: 2015-11-15
Does Aten CS692 works with the followings:
1. Two different Windows OS version 7 and version 10?
2. There are two USB port on Aten CS692 but can I split one of the USB port? i.e. one USB port for wireless keyboard, one USB port to include wireless mouse and wired printer.
Asked by: CKWPC
Unfortunately we cannot guarantee compatibility on different Operating Systems for this device. There is USB peripheral sharing via the UsB hub however to connect additional devices.
Answered by: JackB
Date published: 2018-07-16
Can this be used without using video?
I need to switch a USB keyboard/mouse between a Windows desktop and a MacBook Pro (through USB-C>USB adapter) - will this work, or do I need to connect to display also in order for it to draw enough power? As I'm using dual 4k displays with enough inputs for both machines I don't need to switch video, and it doesn't look like there's a KVM on the market that will handle dual 4k anyways...