IOGEAR 4-Port 4K Dual View DisplayPort KVMP Switch with USB 3.0 Hub and Audio

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IOGEAR 4-Port 4K Dual View DisplayPort KVMP Switch with USB 3.0 Hub and Audio
Key Features
  • Dual Monitor Support
  • DisplayPort Interface
  • 2-Port USB 3.0/3.1 Gen 1 Hub
  • Resolution up to 4096 x 2160
The 4-Port 4K Dual View DisplayPort KVMP Switch from IOGEAR lets you control four desktop computers using a single set of peripherals, which consists of two monitors along with a keyboard, mouse, and set of speakers. The switch supports up to 4K resolutions and is compatible with DisplayPort-equipped monitors and systems. Using buttons on the switch, keys on the keyboard, or the wheel button on the mouse, you can quickly switch between the four computer systems. Moreover, the switch comes with an integrated 2-port USB 3.0/3.1 Gen 1 hub, allowing you to share a printer and scanner between the computers. Included with the switch are 8 DisplayPort cables, 4 USB 3.0 cables, and 4 audio cable sets.
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