XMAC MINI SERVER THUNDERBOLT 3 CABL EDITION 1U RACK W/2 PCIE SLOTS

SKU
XMAC-MS-A-TB3
$999.99
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SKU
XMAC-MS-A-TB3

The SV431DVIUAHR 4 Port High Resolution USB DVI Dual Link KVM Switch with Audio provides simple, yet comprehensive KVM control of up to 4 directly connected computers with dual link DVI output and USB keyboard and mouse connections.

Audio switching capability and support for high resolution dual link DVI applications up to 2560x1600 @ 60Hz (up to 3840x2400 at lower refresh rates), make this KVM a superior switching solution that integrates perfectly into multimedia environments.

The DVI USB KVM Switch is compatible with all USB supported operating systems with no software or drivers to install, and features a built-in USB 2.0 hub that allows you to share up to 3 high speed USB devices between computers.

This product is TAA compliant and backed by a Startech.com 3-year warranty with free lifetime technical support.

Rackmount your KVM switch

If you'd like to mount this KVM switch to your server rack, StarTech.com offers a 1U Rackmount Bracket(sold separately) that turns this KVM into a rackmountable KVM.

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Product Specs
Box Contents
  • 4 Port USB DVI Dual Link KVM Switch with Audio
  • 1 x Rubber Foot Pad
  • 1 x Power Adapter
  • 1 x User Manual
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)23.1 x 23 x 6.6"
BrandStarTech.com
ColorsBlack
WarrantyLimited 2-Year Warranty

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