Replaced our old HP KVM switch with this Tripp Lite NetDirector. It was very easy to install and setup. The screen looks crisp and clear on all 5 devices. Fast and responsive switching between devices, and easy to tell what is on and active. I only have two small issues with it - opening the lid is a two handed operation since it is extremely tight and I wish the UI wasn't out of the 80's. Both are more preferences than anything else, but these would make this thing near perfect. Definitely a good buy so far and willing to purchase again.
Used the dual arm monitor to achieve a more practical solution for the two monitors (24") which sit on my desk. Construction quality was good, all the movement was good and very easy to install.
- It helped to cover rack space and money wise. - Better secure access to centralize server control. - Easier to switch between all ports - LCD screen supports video and compatible with all operating systems
Real Estate, Real Estate, Real Estate! It's all about the Desktop Real Estate! I bought 2 of these to run dual for an effective Desktop Real estate of 5120X1440 (2560X1440 X 2) I was running dual 24" @ 3840 X 1200 before these, but this is now just awesome! I did not realize how crappy my old Dell 2407's have become until I got these new PB278Q. I have no problems with the Monitors, 1 of them has a tiny red dead pixel, but amazing that it's only 1 considering each monitor has millions of pixels. The only problems I'm having are not the Monitors themselves, the problem is with DisplayPort, I purchased a new Video Card because my old Radeon 5450 only had 1 - DVI-DL + 1 HDMI + 1 VGA (BTW VGA is worthless, I don't know why they still put VGA on when nobody uses it anymore as it degrades picture quality) HDMI does NOT run 2560X1440 Resolution) I had to buy a new Radeon HD 7770 dual Mini DP ports. The Monitors don't come out of sleep, I have yet to REALLY figure out the freaking problem, cables, drivers, What? It does not happen if one monitor is connected to DVI-DL, only the DP connected Monitor(s) It's not the Monitors problem, it's DisplayPort. Google it, there are complaints all over about it, but I have yet to find a REAL solution as of 10-12-2013 I've only read a whole lot of BS about this problem.
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