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RE: [vox] teach me how to websurf
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RE: [vox] teach me how to websurf

I have used the Belkin 2 port KVM switch at home for 2 years now.  It works
well.  Several friends use it.  It is on the low end of the KVM switch
stuff, but I regularly switch between my Win2k box and my Linux box with no

As to a peripheral sharing device.... why?  What are you trying to share?
Fry's has a large selection of such devices, but depending on what you are
trying to share, they may not be appropriate.  For example, laser printers
that are bi-directional are NOT good things to put on a switch box, far
better is to just network them.


-----Original Message-----
From: ME
To: vox@franz.mother.com
Sent: 6/17/2001 9:36 PM
Subject: Re: [vox] teach me how to websurf

Buy.com has a kvm switch section...

(Line may be wrapped, tried conversion to html as a link for those that
have HTML based mail readers...

I did not find your specific product, but 9+ pages of KVM equipment
help you to find a substitute.


On Sun, 17 Jun 2001, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> i'm trying to purchase a KVT-2PC:  Rose Mini Vista 2 port KVM switch.
> the trouble is, i can't find anyone that sells it who's located in the
> seems like everyone who sells this switch is in england, and shipping
> pretty hefty overseas.
> anyone know of a place i can buy this switch from within the USA?  i
> even FIND switches on pricewatch...
> pete
> ps- this is a switch that allows 2 computers to share peripherals, not
> networking switch.
> pps- a recommendation for a monitor/mouse/keyboard switch is also
> looking for something of decent quality, active.  less than $150.

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