December 22, 2011
New 2-port USB VGA KVM Switch Offers High-Speed File Transfers and Picture-in-Picture Views between Connected PCs
Lockbourne, OH - December 22, 2011 - StarTech.com, a leading manufacturer of hard-to-find connectivity parts has announced the release of a 2-port USB VGA KVM switch (SKU: SV231UAF), which simplifies monitoring and transferring files directly between connected PC systems, while enabling control of both systems from a single keyboard, mouse and VGA monitor.
The SV231UAF offers Picture-in-Picture support for connected computers, which enables users to monitor one of the two connected systems, while working from the other connected computer. The KVM switch also supports drag-and-drop file transfers between the connected systems using the integrated Data Link feature, which simplifies transferring files or folders between the computers.
Other notable features of the new 2-Port USB VGA KVM Switch include:
The SV231UAF is available for purchase from leading technology resellers including CDW, Newegg.com, Amazon.com, PC Connection, and Insight and will also be distributed by Ingram Micro, Tech Data, D&H and SYNNEX. MSRP for this product is $93.99 USD in the United States and $96.99 CDN in Canada.
For more information about this announcement, please contact Andrew Stephen at 1-800-265-1844 ext. 1248 or [email protected].
StarTech.com is an ISO 9001:2000 Registered manufacturer of hard-to find connectivity parts including A/V products, computer parts, cables and server management solutions. Founded in 1985, StarTech.com has locations in the United States, Canada, Europe and Taiwan, servicing a worldwide market.
StarTech.com is an ISO9001:2015 registered manufacturer of hard-to find connectivity parts including A/V products, computer parts, cables and server management solutions. Founded in 1985, StarTech.com has locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Europe, Japan and Australia, servicing a worldwide market.
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