Friday, August 19, 2005

Software KVM Switch

Teleport PR3

With teleport, you can use one keyboard and one mouse to control multiple Macs on a local network. Instead of a hardware KVM switch, teleport uses a clever bit of software engineering that works much like screen spanning. You install and activate teleport on each Mac; then you arrange the virtual displays on the master computer. When you move the mouse cursor off the edge of one screen, it moves onto one of the others–you can then use your mouse and keyboard as if they were connected to that computer.

Price: Free


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