With my new computer, for some reason the PS/2 keyboard I have go all screwy when used through my 2-computer EDiMAX KVM. Not that bad, I thought, since I actually prefer two physical keyboards, and only use the KVM for switching one of my monitors.
Unfortunately, the KVM switch is powered by, you guessed it, PS/2 ports. Both my new main box and my testbox only has one PS/2 port (for keyboard), and both act screwy if the keyboard is attached through the KVM. So, I can't use my old KVM anymore, and no it has no plug for AC power, and no I don't feel like soldering up something myself
Also, since the KVM uses standard VGA/D-SUB (analog) connection, the image on the monitor was a bit fuzzy. So I'm looking for a KVM with DVI support (digital, so there should be no fuzz) supporting two computers at at least 1280x1024@70Hz - audio, usb, keyboard, mouse etc. isn't that important, as I only really need the video switched over.
What are my options? And are DVI capable KVMs so expensive that I might as well buy a new TFT for the testbox?