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.
One HD video console controls two HD-enabled PCs or devices
HDMI compatible; HDCP compatible
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
Independent switching of the KVM and Audio focus - one computer has the KVM focus and the other the Audio focus*
Multiplatform support - Windows, Mac, Linux
Compact design, built-in all-in-one cables (2 x 1.2 m)
Superior video quality - up to 1920 x 1200; 1080p
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 one computers is powered off, the CS692 will automatically switch to the other computer
Supports gaming and multimedia keyboards
Supports multifunction and wireless keyboards and mice
Console mouse port emulation/bypass feature supports most mouse drivers and multifunction mice
Mac keyboard support and emulation**
USB 2.0 mouse port can be used for USB hub and USB peripheral sharing***
HD audio through the HD monitor's built-in speakers cannot be switched independently.
PC keyboard combinations emulate Mac keyboards. Mac keyboards work only with their own computers.
May require an additional power adapter. To use the USB 2.0 mouse port as a USB hub, you must first disable mouse emulation mode.692