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Re: [SLUG] Re:KVM switches
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- Subject: Re: [SLUG] Re:KVM switches
- From: James <jimbob.coffey@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 12 May 2005 20:35:20 +1000
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- Reply-to: James <jimbob.coffey@xxxxxxxxx>
> <quote who="O Plameras">
> > >Cworld.com.au has Belkin KVM switches at $69 (2-port), $159 to $259
$40 for a nice steel box the size of a couple of videos stacked on top
of each other.
Cheap import but it works fine I use it at work for going btn the
dreaded winders and blissful linux on different nets. Oh .. where to
get it ? at a little computer store opposite moore park supa centre.
Can't remember the name but some yellow pages walking should find it
There was a website for them too but I just can't remember the name...