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|Belkin Adds Dual-Head DVI & USB to OmniView Desktop KVM Product Line|
|Posted: Tue Dec 06, 2011 01:29:59 PM|
Playa Vista, CA -D ecember 6, 2011 - Belkin today announced the addition of the OmniView Dual-Head DVI & USB Keyboard-Video-Mouse (KVM) Switch to its OmniView Desktop KVM Switch product line. The addition of the Dual-Head DVI & USB KVM completes the OmniView desktop KVM line and brings the total number of products in the line to 10, offering customers a solution for all possible monitor and workstation scenarios. Belkin's newly introduced Dual-Head DVI & USB KVM Switch allows users to share a keyboard, mouse and two DVI monitors between up to four computers.
"We spend a lot of time in front of our computers and high definition content has become the norm. Most of our team uses multiple monitors and manage several PC and Mac systems at once. Belkin's Dual-Head DVI & USB KVM Switch allows us to multi-task between graphic design, production, and web development with a single set of peripherals," said Jason Geitzenauer, director of technology for Freshecho Interactive.
Helping to improve efficiency and productivity, the OmniView Desktop KVM Switch product line is designed to keep clutter off of the desk and files spread across multiple systems. The OmniView line provides innovative features including built-in USB 2.0 2-port hubs, user friendly design with front-panel buttons to provide easy-to-access switching between multiple computers and the ability to switch seamlessly between Macs and PCs. The OmniView Desktop KVM Switch product line includes 2 and 4 ports options for:
"Belkin continually strives to understand the market and create innovative technology to meet the unique needs of our users," said Luis Artiz, director of product management at Belkin. "With the introduction of our Dual-Head DVI & USB KVM Switch, we have a complete product line that allows us to provide a superior option to our customers no matter what their needs may be."