The CS1642A 2-Port USB DVI Dual View KVMP™ Switch is a multi-application device that integrates a 2-port KVM switch with 2-port USB hub. The newest version now supports Quad-View functionality with two Dual View KVM Switches connected.
The new CS1642A features multi-view capabilities, which allow two switches to be daisy chained for a dual, triple, or quadview display across multi-monitor installations. The CS1642A supports advanced nVidia 3D Vision ready 120Hz 3D displaying,allowing you to manage various 3D visual effects. It allows you to manipulate all connected computers from a single console to save resources and work space. It enables each computer to access connected peripherals on a one-computer-at-a-time basis, making it ideal for users who need delicate visual effects and multi-tasking on several computers. The CS1642A is perfect for graphic designers, banking and financial consultants, gamers and medical professionals-demanding a high quality switch that provides stunning color, clarity and functionality.
One dual-screen USB console controls two/four dual-screen computers and two additional USB devices
Multi-View Display – Easily connect two CS1642A/1644A's units for a second dual-screen setup controlled through a single connection
Superior video quality – 2560 x 1600 at 60Hz (DVI Dual link); and 3D displays up to 1920 x 1200 at 120Hz (DVI Single link)
Supports widescreen resolutions
Independent switching of KVM, USB, and Audio focus
DVI digital and analog monitor support – fully compliant with DVI specifi cations; and HDCP compliant
Multiplatform support – Windows 2000/XP/Vista, Linux *, Mac, Sun,and FreeBSD
Sun/Mac keyboard support and emulation **
Video DynaSync, exclusive ATEN technology, to eliminate boot-up display problems and optimizes resolution when switching between ports
* Supports Linux Kernel 2.6 and higher. The CS1642A has a builtin USB 2.0 hub, so will not support PCs or OS that do not support USB 2.0.
** PC keyboard combinations emulate Mac keyboards.
** Mac keyboards only work with their own computers.