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KVM Switch for High Power Keyboard

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I have a CM Storm QuickFire TK keyboard. It's mechanical and also has blue backlit keys. I am unable to have lighting when using a standard USB KVM. I found an IOGear KVM that has DC power input, found here. It is a bit pricey, but it also have DVI versus Analog/D-Sub. I am interested in finding a KVM that allows me to have my keyboard powered fully, and am not sure if this KVM would do what I need it to do.

For those who have keyboards that require additional power such as ones that use two USB instead of 1 USB (not for a built in USB hub on the keyboard) what do you have luck with in the KVM Realm?

If this post would get more feedback in Keyboards, please let me know! thumb.gif
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uh.
what do you need a KVM for to use a mech keyboard? just plug it in to your pc.
i have two mech keyboards and two mice plugged into my rig at all times.

maybe you could clarify your situation a bit more? this is the first i heard of someone doing this.

also this should be in the keyboards section.
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