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IOGear MiniView KVM lets Mac mini share with others

Marc Perton
03.06.06
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As Steve Jobs is fond of saying, the Mac mini is a BYOKDM computer. And, assuming you've got a KDM (or KVM, as these peripherals are known outside of Jobs-land), chances are they're already hooked up to another computer. That's why a good KVM switch ends up being the first peripheral a lot of mini-buyers pick up. The MiniView from IOGear does everything you'd expect a KVM to do, and doubles it. Instead of sharing keyboard, video and mouse (and speakers) among two computers, the MiniView lets you share the peripherals among four boxes, and works with computers running Mac OS X, Windows, Linux and Unix. And for the mini buyer who wants to preserve those clean lines and that compact footprint, the MiniView is designed to fit neatly underneath your mini -- as long as you haven't already reserved that place of honor for another crucial peripheral, like the miniskirt.

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