TRENDnet 4-Port PS/2 KVM Switch Kit - TK-400K

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This product works very well, its worth the money. Comes with the cables and works with out problems, what else could you want?

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Great Product for the price. The included cable make it an even better bargain. The connections are a little cumbersome and it looks like a octopus with the cable coming out of 3 of the 4 sides. Recommend buying if you are looking for an inexpensive KVM with four cables.

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by Bob on 12/30/2005

This product works very well, its worth the money. Comes with the cables and works with out problems, what else could you want?

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easy to use but take up space and noisy

on 11/12/2008

This is the best KVM I have had so far. It's very easy to use, work perfectly. Because of the layout, all the ports are surrounding the device. That makes it take up a lot of room. When you switch from 1 device to another, it make a beep noise. I don't really like that. But it's a good way to notify user about the switch.

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Product Overview

The TK-400K 4-Port KVM Switch allows you to manage up to 4 PCs with just one keyboard, monitor, and mouse. Switch between PC's with a simple press of a button! With its Hot-Plug, Auto-Scan, Audible Feedback, and Hot-Key operations, the TK-400K is the perfect choice for managing multiple PCs.


Manufacturer TRENDnet
Mfg Part# TK-400K
SKU 10352432
UPC 710931304084
UPC 14 00710931304084
Use one keyboard, monitor, and mouse to control four computers
PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse emulation
4-Port KVM switch in compact size design
Includes four sets of VGA & PS/2 KVM Cables (1.8M/6ft.)
Supports Microsoft Intellimouse, Optical Mouse, Logitech Net Mouse and more
Supports High Video Quality, up to 1920 x 1440 with 200MHz resolution
Supports Dos, Windows 98(SE)/ME/2000/ XP/2003 Server, Unix, Linux and more
Hot-Plug feature, add PC or remove the connected PC for maintenance without powering down the KVM Switch or other PC’s
Auto-Scan Mode for monitoring PC’s
Hot-Key& Push buttons for PC selection
Keyboard status restored when switching between PCs
LED display for easy status monitoring
Beeping sound for port switching confirming
2-year limited warranty
Tech Specs
Management: 4 Computers
KVM Cable: 4 Sets of 1.8M (6ft) KVM Cables
Port Selection: Push Button and Hot-Key Commands
Auto-Scan Interval: 4 seconds
Power Type: Bus-Powered
Power Supply: 9VDC800mA Optional External Power Adapter (not included)
Dimensions: 192 x 81 x 31mm (7.5 x3.2 x 1.2in.)
Weight: 240g (8.5oz.)
Humidity: 0%~80%, Non-Condensing
Certifications: CE, FCC
Temperature: Operating: 0°C ~ 40°C (32°F ~104°F); Storage: -20°C ~ 60°C (-4°F ~140°F)
Console& PC Connectors (all female): Mouse: PS/2 6-pin Mini Din; Keyboard: PS/2 6-pin Mini Din; Monitor: VGA/SVGA HDB 15-pin
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