Share Digital Flat-Panel Displays Among Machines

Dr. Bott has released a new switch allowing users to share digital, flat panel displays between computers. The MoniSwitch Pro DVI provides users with a simple way of switching monitors. According to Dr. Bott:

"MoniSwitch Pro DVI is the first KVM switch to allow the sharing of Appleis Cinema, 15" Studio Display and new DVI displays from various companies," said Eric Prentice, CEO of Dr. Bott LLC. "Sharing a standard VGA monitor is great, but being able to leverage the value of a display like Appleis Cinema Display across 2 or more computers offers a huge advantage."

Features include:

  • Works with Apple Cinema Display and 15" Apple Studio Display.
  • Superior no-loss digital image quality.
  • Looks and works great with new G4s!
  • Designed for use with 2, 3, or 4 computers.
  • Dual-link DVI connections already supported
  • Digital Visual Interface (DVI) 24-pin connector support.
  • Includes all necessary USB and super premium video cables! (6 feet)
  • Lighted LED indicates selected computer at a glance.
  • First KVM for DVI displays.

The Moniswitch Pro DVI is available for US$399. You can find more information at the Dr. Bott web site.

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