Quad Screen Splitter

The Quad Screen Splitter is a specialized combination of a KVM Switch and a video splitter used for viewing and controlling up to four video sources in a variety of configurations and applications. As one of the most unique devices in the KVM and Audio/Video industry, the Quad Screen Splitter device displays the video signals simultaneously from four analog (VGA) or digital (DVI) computers or video sources on a single screen. In addition, these computers can be controlled using a single keyboard and a mouse. This type of Video Splitter saves space and money otherwise used for multiple monitors, keyboards and mice and lets you operate in a much more efficient manner since all your projects can be viewed at once. Using several quad screen splitter units allows you to manage a large number of computers and can save an enormous amount of workspace. The quad screen KVM Switch makes it easy to manage more computers in less space permitting faster response times. This PIP KVM Switch can be connected to laptops, Macs, and SUN computers with a USB and DVI ports. Quad Screen Splitters support almost all types of computers and major operating systems, VGA analog and DVI digital video, USB and PS/2 keyboards and mice. Up to four computers can be connected directly to one Quad Screen Splitter and controlled in four display modes. The four modes of operation of the quad screen switch are: Quad Mode, which splits the screen four ways or in a quadrant; PIP mode or picture in picture mode, with one full screen and up to three thumbnail previews; Dual mode, which splits the screen in half to view two video sources; and Full screen mode to view one source only. Quad Splitter is an ideal product for government, military, casinos, banks, and data centers. Please review the quad screen splitter product info for more details!

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Quad Screen KVM Switch/ Splitter Quad Screen KVM Switch/ Splitter

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