I am look for a KVM switch with the following characteristics:\n2-port\nDual DVI displays\nUSB mouse (I realize that I could use a USB to PS/2 connector but would\nprefer native USB)\nUSB keyboard\nAudio switching (both speaker and mic)\nExtra integrated 2 port switching USB hub\nUnder 0\n\nI do NOT need dual link (1600 X 1200 is more than enough for me).\n\nMost of the kvm switches out there seem to be designed for computers\ncirca 1999-2000. Surely I cannot be the only person in the known\nuniverse that has purchased 2 computers after 2002 and needs a\nup-to-date switch? I am not trying to sound snobby cause at this point\nneither of my machines is anywhere close to state-of-the-art, but I\nswear that I saw some of the switches that I have recently researched\nin that moive "Wargames" from the 80s. Do they even make mice with\nPS/2 connections any more? :)\n\nDo you know of a KVM switch that meets my needs (described above)? If\nnot, what types of software do you typically run and what KVM switch\nare you using? And what has been your experience? I am definitely\ninterested in reliability/performance data. Can you point me to a site\nwith a comparative review of new KVM switches. Other than a single\nmodel "first look" type article, it looks like Tom's has not done a big\nreview in about 2 years and it is even longer for AnandTech.\n\nThe StarTech SV231UADVI is close but only supports one display.\nThe StarTech SV221DVIDD has dual display but lacks most the rest.\nThe NTI KEEMUX-P2V-2 looks like a rebadged but more expensive (?)\nStarTech SV221DD (which also will not work).\nThe Cables to Go C184-32562 also looks like a rebadged (but less\nexpensive) SV221DD.\nThe Aten CS1762 is also close but also only supports one DVI display.\nThe Aten CS1742 is also close but has VGA rather than DVI display (and\nI am not sure if it really switches audio).\nBelkin does not have anything that fits the bill and I have read\nnothing but bad reviews of their switches.\nThe IOGear GCS1762, like the SV321UADVI and CS1762 is very close but\nlacks the dual display support.\nAdder does not have anything close in the price range.\nThe Avocent 2SVDVI10-001 is another possibility but again only supports\none display.\nThe TrendNet TK-204K, a very low cost alternative, is missing several\nneeded parts.\nThe Gefen EXT-DVI-422 is probably the closest match that I have found\nbut it is grossly overpriced.\n\nRunning Windows XP on both machines (although one of them is actually\nconfigured to also run Linux). Monitors are Dell 2005FP and Dell\n1905FP. Using an nVidia card in one and an ATI in the other.\nKeyboards are Microsoft Natural Keyboard Elite and an old plain IBM\nkeyboard (not sure if it has a name or model number but this is the one\nthat I will dump anyway unless the Natural will not work). Mice are\nLogitech and a generic cheapie model. Speakers are generic 5.1. Not\nsure what brand the mic is. Don't think that it matters but one rig\nhas an ASUS mainboard and the other is DFI LanParty.\n\nMight also consider a 4-port (if it is not too much more expensive and\nmeets the requirements above) to get my Thinkpad T42 into the mix.