TRENDnet 4-Port USB KVM Switch Kit With Cables (TK-407K)

Model Number: TK-407K
Web Code: 10173696

Overview

The 4-Port USB KVM Switch lets you manage four PCs with just one set of keyboard, monitor, and mouse. Switch between four PCs with a simple press of a button! Switch, so users can start controlling 4 PCs instantly. The KVM cables also provide power to the KVM Switch, eliminating the need for a power adapter. Separate sets of KVM cables are included with the KVM.
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  • 4-Port USB KVM Switch
  • USB Keyboard/Mouse emulation with 4 sets of detachable KVM Cables
  • Supports Microsoft IntelliMouse, Optical Mouse, Logitech NetMouse and more
  • Compliant with Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP/2003 Server, Linux, and Mac OS
  • High Video Quality, up to 2048 x 1536 VGA resolution
  • Multi-Platform support for PCs, Macintosh G3/G4, iMac and Mac Mini
  • Auto-Scan and LED display for PCs monitoring
  • Hot-Key, push button and Windows-Based client switching software
  • User definable Hot-Key (Windows Only)
  • Plug & play and Hot-Pluggable
  • USB Interface Power method
  • TRENDnet 4-Port USB KVM Switch Kit
  • Cables
  • Manual

  • As advertised
    by

    from Goderich, ON on November 8, 2016

    Shipping went well and it arrived quickly. Set-up was easy and so far (3 weeks) it has been working well. An easy solution to my multi-computer problem.


  • Recommended for Windows Computers Only
    by

    from Sidney, BC on February 11, 2014

    This KVM switch seems to be very well made, and it was easy to set up. There are a couple of issues that may cause concern. Firstly, the Hot Key feature (scroll lock - scroll lock typed quickly in succession) is supposed to automatically switch to the next device. This only works if the computers you are controlling are Windows based. Why the switch itself has to send the key sequence across to the remote computer, and then have that computer bounce it back to the KVM in order to switch is beyond me - but that is the way it works according to Tech Support. I am using the KVM to control three linux boxes, so the hot key does not work for me. The buttons on the top of the unit switch devices nicely, but i have to get up and go over to the switch in order to change computers (due to where everything is located in my office). It works, but it is a pain. The second issue resolves around TrendNET's technical support - they are SLOW. Expect tickets to sit for 2-3 BUSINESS days before they answer. If you have to get into a back and forth explaining things, it will take a LONG time. The last issue related to their special switching software that was supposed to work on Mac OSX as well as Windows. According to their tech support, it doesn't work on OSX and they don't really care. Of course, Best Buy's shipping and delivery went very well. I was very pleased with that part of the purchase. Overall, would I purchase another TrendNET KVM? Probably not. I would likely try another vendor. That said, i will continue to use the one i have, so it is certainly functional. Would I purchase from Best Buy? Most definitely. p.s. If i was annoyed with the device, why didn't I return it? the back and forth with TrendNet tech support took over a week, and by that time i had stupidly tossed the packing and everything. the device works - it is just annoying to have to use the physical switches on the top.


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