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    "Good potential but flawed"

    March 21, 2011  |   By dahlstromd


    Surprisingly fast over my Ethernet LAN. Nice emulation of a real monitor on my Dell Duo.


    I was going to purchase, but the demo software, after working fine would go into a funk and perform really bad. Not even a reboot fixed it--only a reinstall. It then worked well again--then the next day performance was bad again.


    After having the performance issues, I posted a request for assistance on their forum. There was no answer. In fact, my post was eventually deleted--I'm supposing there is some general issue they're trying to keep low profile or something--so beware. Note that if you're just looking for the KVM features that software like MaxiVista offers, try the free InputDirector software. It's quite nice.

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