DEPZOL 2 Port USB 3.0 KVM Switch Dual Monitor HDMI 4K 60Hz, Keyboard Video Mouse Peripherals Switcher for 2 Computers 2 Monitors with Cables and Audio 922HUA-3
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Supports switching via front button and keyboard hotkey. Switch faster with the automatic PC wake-up and EDID emulation functions. DM dual monitor HDMI KVM switch is specially designed for users who have more than one PC and one monitor. It is plug and play, perfect for home office, gaming and learning. The KVM switch allows you to control two PCs with only one set of keyboard, mouse and two monitors at the same time. With just a press of the front button or a tap on the keyboard hotkey, you can easily switch between two PC sources. The two PCs can share up to three USB 3.0 peripherals. Whether in office work, gaming or learning, the dual monitor KVM switch allows you to view extra screens and maximize your productivity. The StarTech.com 2-Port DVI Dual Monitor KVM Switch is a reliable solution for controlling two computers with dual DVI monitors.
Variable refresh rate is supported for flawless tear-free gameplay up to 144FPS with both AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and G-SYNC Compatible certifications.Moving on, the monitor supports AMD FreeSync, which allows for a variable refresh rate (VRR) resulting in tear-free gameplay up to 170FPS. You can also use VRR with compatible NVIDIA GPUs (GTX 10-series or newer) over DisplayPort. Moving on, the M34WQ has a wide 91% DCI-P3 color gamut (with a provided sRGB mode), a 1,000:1 contrast ratio and a peak brightness of 400-nits with the basic DisplayHDR 400 support.
This KVM from IOGear has the same core features as the previous one: wired remote, two USB ports, and permanently attached input cables. Beyond that, the standout feature is superior video and sound quality, hence the higher price. For video, it provides support for up to 4,096 by 2,160 at 60Hz, whereas the previous IOGear KVM supports 1,920 by 1,080 at 60Hz. Our testing gear comprised a Viotek GNV27DB curved gaming monitor, two Windows 10-based desktop mini-PCs we recently reviewed (the Geekom IT8, and the Beelink GK Mini), and a standard wired gaming keyboard and mouse from Logitech. In turn, we set up each KVM device and switched between or among PCs 10 times, using a stopwatch to measure the switchover time and then averaging the results. To test the audio and video quality, we played a 4K HD movie (our old testing stalwart, Tears of Steel) on each PC through each KVM switch in turn to our Viotek monitor. We also watched the same video with the PCs direct-connected to the monitor to see if any perceptible difference. Other specifications and features are the same, so it’s up to you to decide whether these things are worth the extra cost. Alternativessupport dvi to hdmi converter】if your computer only with one hdmi output, you can use a converter or conversion cable, for example dvi to hdmi converter or conversion cable. not recommend vga to hdmi converter or conversion cable because it's poor compatibility.