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Belkin Flip Shares Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse Between Two Computers

Belkin Flip Shares Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse Between Two Computers

by , 12:00 AM EST, March 28th, 2006

Belkin has introduced Flip, a device that enables users to click a remote to switch between two computers from one monitor, keyboard, and mouse. It connects to both laptop and desktop computers, supports video resolutions up to 2048 x 1536, and features a two-color LED that indicates which computer is in use.

Pricing for the PS/2 version of Flip is US$49.99, or $59.99 for a version that also shares a set of speakers between the computers. The USB version of Flip, which also shares speakers, is $59.99. Belkin said that all three will ship early next month.

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