USB 3.0 Switch, ABLEWE USB Switch Selector 2 Computers Sharing 4 USB Devices KVM Switcher for PC, Printer, Scanner, Mouse, Keyboard with 2 Pack USB Cable,1 Micro USB Power Cable

4.6 stars, based on 5reviews
$35.99$29.99 / piece
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  • 【USB 3.0 Switch Selector】This 4 Port USB switch allows one button toggle between 2 computers to share 4 USB 3.0 peripheral devices without constantly pull cables or set up complicated network sharing software,improve your work efficiency greatly.
  • 【Ideal for Sharing Multiple Devices】Such as printer, scanner, mouse, keyboard, webcam, flash drive and other USB devices between 2 computers,backward compatible with USB 2.0.No need to unplug and plug devices frequently.
  • 【Great Compatibility, Driver-free】This usb 3.0 switch works with great compatibility, driver-free for Windows 10/8/8.1/7/Vista/XP and Mac OS, Linux, and Chrome OS, simply plug and play.
  • 【Button Switch & LED Indicator】Easily switch between 2 computers by a single click on the button with LED light color(Green or Blue) indicating the active computer.The indicator light is not dazzling at night, so it will not interference your working.
  • 【What you will get】When using a high-power USB device(such as HDD, Digital Video Cameras, SSD etc),pls connect to power source via the included power cable for more stable performance.ABLEWE provide 12 months warranty and lifetime technical support for this USB switch.Package include:1*usb 3.0 switcher,2*USB 3.0 Cable.1*User Manual.1*Micro USB Power cable.

Recent Reviews ( 5 )
Works as advertised. No more multi-tasking with one machine. I'll update if anything goes wrong in the future, but for now this thing works as advertised and I have three less cluttered devices in my workplace. Very happy with it. Shipping was fast as usual as well.
So far it has been working perfectly and seems to be more rugged than my previous KVM switch. However, there is one small drawback: the switch only has four USB ports. It would be nice to have six ports to accommodate more devices.
When I first installed it, it didn't seem to work, but as it turns out, I also removed the monitor cables from the ports that I didn't think would work (my fault)! It fits my application perfectly and now that I'm not using the power supply, everything seems to be working fine.
At first, this switch seemed to work fine. But after a few weeks, it started to lose connection with some of the peripherals (audio interface, USB microphone). I think this is because they require more power than this little switch can provide. The problem is that they don't include a power supply. It would have been nice if the power supply was included so I could use it with all my devices.
So far so good...