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The Top KVM switches in 2021

Since the KVM switch was born, it's never a pain to manage multiple computers. But faced with so many KVMs, VGA, HDMI, DP, 2 ports, 4 ports, different prices and brands, that's incredibly a challenge.


We have been focused development and changes of KVM, as well as the latest hottest models on the market. These best KVM switches are recommended after we've analyzed their features, looks, price, actual use review, brand, and others. #Top 1

Pros:

The highlights for this USB VGA KVM switch are 2in1 KVM cable (USB A & VGA to VGA) and one additional USB port for 2 computer to share U disk or printer. it can also share USB speaker for both computers.

Cons:

- The upgraded KVM cable sometimes are wrongly plugged. I do think they should clarify in the description. MT-VIKI is a professional KVM brand, available for 2-port , 4-port, 8-port, 16-port, LED KVM console, and IP KVM series. Conclusion: it's worthy

 

#Top 2

Pros:

This is a 2-port USB HDMI KVM switch. For 4K 30Hz HDMI KVM, this one is the best choice with good looks, upgraded 2in1 USB HDMI KVM cables included, and one USB port for U disk or printer for 2 computers, and a wired desktop selector, price around 25$.

Cons:

it product beep when switching. if you don't mind the beep, it's good.

MT-VIKI also supply other HDMI KVM for 2 port , 4-port, 8-port, and KVM over Cat series.

 

#Top 3

Pros:

This 2 port KVM is described as 4K 60Hz, but I do think it's 4k 30Hz as it can only support RGB 4:2:0, means only compatible partial machines.


Cons:

- Honestly, this 4K KVM switch looks very nice, but it's not built with other USB hub for U disk or printer. And it's the old version, connected by one 2 USB cables and 2 HDMI cables( not included), can't share USB speaker for both PCs

 

#Top 4

Pros:

This 2 port HDMI KVM supports 4K 30Hz. As I know few models supports hotkey switch, so this one is good.


Cons:

- it's old version with twin ports and twin cables (HDMI & USB A to B). No additional USB hub for U disk or printer, can't share USB speaker for both PCs.

 

#Top 5


Pros:


In fact, this is not a KVM. It's a USB3.0 switch,. I don't know why it's described as KVM switch, obviously misguiding. This USB switch allows 2 computers to share 4 USB ports. Cons. it's not built with video port like VGA/HDMI, can't share one monitor for both computers