ATEN’s 4K dual-view Thunderbolt 2 sharing device was designed to provide a stylish way to transform computers into feature-rich workstations with full KVM functionality. As a dual-computer sharing station, it not only allows users to share hardware resources and digital media but also to seamlessly switch between the PCs at the push of a button. Provides dual-view 4K display support and multiple device connections, with support for data transfer at speeds of up to 20 Gbps (four times faster than USB 3.0). The dual 4K display support natively supports one HDMI and one Thunderbolt display. In addition to the two 4K displays, two Thunderbolt-enabled computers can directly share up to 11 devices and peripherals via the US7220, while up to five additional devices can be daisy-chained from a single Thunderbolt port.
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