What are the best KVMs for high resolution monitors?
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Especially since the shared keyboard data may contain passwords, and the application can "control your computer" (as the MacOS X permissions dialog puts it) it is important to ensure that the connection between computers is secured so that even if you are using it on an open WiFi hotspot, others cannot see the data being sent, nor can they inject data into the connection. See More
Only one computer can act as a host at a time, and the mouse/keyboard sharing is one way. So if you have computer at home, and a computer at work and you want to link your laptop to different computers depending on where you are, you need to change the host settings for each location. See More
Setup is very easy. It seems more polished than Synergy. See More
Supports HiRes (retina) displays See More
Multiplicity can display a full screen of active desktop thumbnails from remote PCs available to be selected and controlled from the Primary PC. Based on your monitor resolution Multiplicity will automatically resize and adjust the number of thumbnails displayed and horizontal scroll to accommodate as many thumbnail views as are available. See More
Multiplicity supports simultaneous operation in both seamless and remote mode. This enables multiple local PCs to be seamlessly switched between using their own monitors while also controlling other PCs using a shared monitor, keyboard and mouse. See More
Multiplicity enables a single monitor, keyboard and mouse to be used to control other PCs. Remote PCs can be located anywhere on the network. Keyboard and mouse inputs will be sent to the remote PC and the remote display will be shown on the local PC monitor. See More
A second method to connect to a remote PC is to select it from the thumbnail sidebar. The sidebar can be displayed all the time or automatically based on mouse control. When sufficient thumbnails are available the sidebar will scroll and can be one or two columns wide. See More
Quickly and securely drag and drop files of any size between PCs. Advanced compression techniques ensure very large files and folders, such as video files, transfer quickly. Copy and paste images and text between PCs, local and remote. Formatting attributes are retained when copying and pasting formatted images. See More
Multiplicity supports control of remote PCs with multi-monitor configurations. Users may select the specific remote monitor display to show on the local PC monitor and freely switch between them. The window that contains the remote PC display can be resized and moved between monitors attached to the controlling PC. See More