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Tripp Lite's 2-Port Manual VGA/SVGA Switch is the optimal solution for connecting two computers to one monitor or two monitors to one computer. The 2-Port Manual VGA/SVGA Switch features a fully-shielded rugged metal case with front-panel push-button switching. Interior printed circuit board design allows for crystal clear resolutions up to 1600x1280. It does not require any AC power to operate.
- Connects two computers to one monitor or two monitors to one computer
- Fully-shielded rugged metal case with front-panel push button switch
- Does not require external power, software, or complicated set-up procedures
- Computer with an HD15 port
- VGA or SVGA monitor with HD15M cable
- B112-002-R Manual VGA/SVGA 2 Position Switch
|Connector A||HD15 (FEMALE)|
|Connector B||HD15 (FEMALE) (X2)|
|Number of Connectors||3|
|CPU Connector 1||HD15 (Female)|
|Product Warranty Period (Worldwide)||Lifetime limited warranty|
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I made sure that my resolution and screen size was maximized in ATI and I know it is right because when the VGA switch is not there at start up there are NO ISSUES.
I really want to use the trip lite switch but if I cant maximize my screen it is no better than a paperweight.
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