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Pros: Light, cheap and on the small side.
Cons: Cheaply made. A hassle to pair. No support. Died after 2 months.
Other Thoughts: The instructions are pretty much a joke. I had to figure out that you had to push two of the buttons down at once and hold in order to pair to a device (it wasn't obvious to me). It seemed to interfere with other BT devices when I paired it with my windows 8.1 tablet (headphones + mouse). After frequent pairing, it died in about 2 months. I usually regret getting something this cheap, this time is no different. Bought a MS BT mouse, no more issues.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: IOGEAR GCS932UB 2-Port USB DVI KVM with Audio and Mic.
Pros: Keyboard shortcut and physical button for switching between systems. It's nice to have the option to use either method. Fast switching, good price for the features. No separate power needed. It makes it very versatile.
Cons: Feature rich keyboards are a problem (see below)
Other Thoughts: I could get the KVM working with my high dpi gaming mouse, but my MS Sidewinder x4 gaming keyboard has been a problem. The keyboard didn't work with windows 7 64 or windows 8, but did (without the special features working) on windows XP (32bit). I suspect I can get it working on Linux or by using a POWERED USB hub off the keyboard port. If you are having trouble with your mouse, the mouse emulation mode off an rescan settings (see the manual) are your friends.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Good solid monitor, bright, clear and uses minimal energy.
Cons: Not adjustable enough (not usually a feature in this price range)
Other Thoughts: I bought this basic monitor over a year ago and the unit has be reliable and has performed well. I would like to have had an adjustable mount (height etc...) but the only monitors with that feature cost much more. Asus has has yet to fail me when it comes to monitors.READ FULL REVIEW