KVMP

AcronymDefinition
KVMPKeyboard, Video, Mouse, Peripheral
KVMPKathmandu Valley Mapping Programme (surveying; Nepal)
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The 2-Port DisplayPort KVMP Switch with Dual Video Out and RS-232 (GCS1932M) and 4-Port DisplayPortKVMP Switch with Dual Video Out and RS-232 (GCS1934M) are designed for environments that require high graphic resolution, such as professional film and video production, and for enhancing consumer electronics applications such as motion graphic design, animation, engineering, architecture, and media design.
The KVMP switches feature a revolutionary combination of 4K DCI (Digital Cinema Initiatives) resolution and the capability to support two video outputs from a single computer input.
IOGEAR's new family of TAA-compliant DisplayPort KVMP switches makes it easy to control two or four DisplayPort computers using a single keyboard, mouse and monitor.
- GCS1902 2-Port DisplayPort KVMP Switch with USB 3.0 Hub and Audio;
• CM1164 USB DVI-D KVMP - a four-port multi-view control center which allows users to switch seamlessly between four DVI-enabled computers, and share USB peripherals from a single console.
CS1782A/CS1784A - 2/4-Port USB DVI Dual Link KVMP Switch
IOGEAR's 2- and 4-Port KVMP Switches with USB 2.0 hub and 2.1 Stereo (GCS1802 $199.95 and GCS1804 $299.95 MSRP) allow small and home office users to share USB 2.0 peripherals, such as printers and scanners, with multiple computers.
With the 2- and 4-Port Dual Link DVI KVMP models it is possible to share a 3D featured Dual Link DVI monitor, a USB keyboard, USB peripherals and a sound system with two (CS1782A) or four (CS1784A) computers.
"With the launch of the first DVI-HDMI Matrix KVMP Switch, ATEN addresses the increasingly high requirements of high-end SOHO users, who expect to balance work with play.
- CS1732B/CS1734B 4-Port USB 2.0 KVMP Switch with OSD
"ATEN's DVI Dual-View KVMP switches deliver ideal multi-computer control for cutting-edge multimedia capabilities and computer environments requiring true high definition capabilities.