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    Finding the right KVM Switch.

    by campbell10 ·


    Like so many others I am working on setting up my home office to facilitate working from home part time. I currently have two monitors and a PC that I use for personal use. I also have a laptop docking station and 2 additional (work) monitors that I use for work. I would like to easily switch between my two personal monitors and my personal PC and laptop docking station. This would allow me to get rid of the two monitors currently occupying my kitchen table.

    I have been unable to find a KVM witch that meets my needs or my understanding of what I need is just incorrect.

    My monitors both have: 1 HDMI and 1 VGA port.
    My PC has: 2 HDMI ports, 1 VGA, 1 DVI
    Laptop Docking Station has: 2 Display, 1 VGA port

    In addition I would need 4 Type A USB ports for the following: mouse, keyboard, camera, and printer.

    I appreciate any advice or tips. Thanks.

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