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******* - Dieses Video von Black Box zeigt, wie Sie mit KVM Extendern den Bedienplatz (Keyboard, Video, Mouse) vom Rechner absetzen können. KVM-Extender verlängern die Signale folgender Eingabegeräte: USB- bzw. PS/2-Tastaturen und Mäuse, DVI-/VGA-Video in höchster Auflösung, serielle RS-232-Steuerdaten, USB-Peripheriegeräte und Stereo-Audio. Neben der Verkabelung über CAT und LWL-Kabel bieten die neuesten KVM-over-IP-Extender-Systeme auch eine Verlängerung und verlustfreie Signalübertragung über Internet bzw. TCP/IP-Netzwerke. KVM Extender ermöglichen damit den vollen Zugriff auf die verbundenen Rechnersysteme, Server und PCs über Tastatur, Monitor und Maus von einem anderen Standort. Die IT-Hardware kann so an einem sicheren Ort platziert werden, um sie vor unbefugten Benutzern oder rauen Umgebungsbedingungen zu schützen. Die KVM-Extender können für Einzelplatz-Rechner oder auch in Verbindung für mehrere Computer zusammen mit einem KVM-Switch verwendet werden, z. B. im Büro, IT-Abteilung, Serverraum, Rechenzentrum, CAD-Abteilung, Flughafentower, Krankenhaus, Schule und Universität oder im Call Center. Die KVM-Hardware wird z. B. bei der Fernwartung, Bedienung und Kontrolle von Servern eingesetzt, die über das KVM-System getrennt von Staub und Schmutz im industriellen Umfeld wie in Fabrikhallen oder Fertigung installiert sind. Die Installation einer KVM-Verlängerung bietet somit höchste IT-Sicherheit durch Fernbedienung und Wartung der angeschlossenen Server und PCs von einem anderen Standort über eine Direktverbindung von Tastatur, Maus und Video (Bildschirme, TFT). Die Verlängerung der Signalübertragung erfolgt dabei über CATx, Fiber oder auch Internet/IP, so dass mit KVM-Systemen auch die Überbrückung sehr großer Distanzen möglich ist, für die Standard-PS/2 oder USB-Verlängerungskabel nicht mehr hinreichen - per Glasfaser auch viele Kilometer und beim Einsatz von KVM-over-IP auch grenzenlos.
19 Jul 2011
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The newest episode of Pixelated features short previews of Final Fantasy XIII-2 and the PS Vita, a top five from Infinity Blade II's creative director Donald Mustard, and debate about the VGAs, and why Kinectimals is better with Cabella's.
9 Dec 2011
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The Amazing Spider-Man - VGA 2011 Teaser trailer
10 Dec 2011
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******* Video Game Awards 2011: Rocksteady Developers Talk Batman: Arkham City VGA Win Backstage
12 Dec 2011
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******* Video Game Awards 2011: DJ Deadmau5 Talks DJing VGAs, Video Games
12 Dec 2011
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The Last of Us VGA 2011 Trailer
12 Dec 2011
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Batman: Arkham City - VGA 2011 Sizzle video
14 Dec 2011
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The Last of Us VGA 2011 trailer recut
22 Dec 2011
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24 Dec 2011
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Darren Kitchen from Hak5 covers the highlights from this year's ShmooCon hacker convention including a new WPA cracking tool! We get feedback from the Tekzilla audience on the efficacy of DIY refill kits for your inkjet printer cartridges. SOPA didn't take down Tekzilla's website over the weekend but we explain why the results would be very similar. And we discuss which PC display connector is superior; DVI or VGA.
8 Feb 2012
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An illustration of how VGAs are ruining our image.
14 Jun 2012
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Happy Friday! Today we've got a release date for Crysis 3, a preview (and delay) for BioShock Infinite, new gameplay for Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, and weird age restrictions for Nintendo's European Wii U eShop. Also, the VGAs are tonight! Watch as Max and Tara enumerate their hopes and dreams for this years awards show, however unrealistic they may be!
9 Dec 2012
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Thanks to last Friday's Spike VGAs, we've now got new announcements and trailers to drool over for Dark Souls II, BioShock Infinite, The Last of Us, and The Phantom Pain! (OR IS IT METAL GEAR SOLID V?) Also, Destructoid announces their 2012 Game of the Year Nominees!
12 Dec 2012
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CGRtrailers, from Classic Game Room®, presents the 2012 Spike Video Game Awards (VGA) trailer for THE LAST OF US from Naughty Dog and Sony Computer Entertainment. Get a glimpse at some of the story in The Last of Us and see a different kind of post-apocalyptic world where the threat is a little bit different than other survival action-adventure games. Joel and Ellie must traverse this world that is but a shadow of its former self. The world is a much more dangerous place with the collapse of society and the rise of peril at every corner. The Last of Us will be released exclusively for the PlayStation 3 (PS3) on May 7, 2013. Enjoy! Be sure to check out more video game clips, previews and trailers from Classic Game Room's CGRtrailers at *******www.metacafe****/CGRtrailers Check out more reviews from Classic Game Room at: *******www.metacafe****/ClassicGameRoom and *******www.metacafe****/CGRundertow And connect with us at: *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** *******www.facebook****/ClassicGameRoom ******* *******www.twitter****/ClassicGameRoom *******www.twitter****/CGRundertow *******gamehackerz****/cityville-2-cheats-hack-tool-download
29 Dec 2012
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If you want to have better cooling for your graphic card just watch this clip..
26 Jun 2007
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The TruLink 4-Port USB and PS2 KVM Switch enables a user to control up to four computers with a single keyboard, mouse, and monitor. For added convenience, this KVM switch works with both USB and PS2 mice and keyboards. Because the TruLink USB/PS2 KVM Switch also features a 3-port USB 2.0 hub (1-port if you are using a USB keyboard and mouse), any of the four connected computers can also share USB 2.0 devices. The sleek design of the KVM prevents clutter and saves space on a desktop, while the durable metal housing construction featuring rubberized ends protects the unit from damage. The unit is able to handle even the most power-hungry devices with support from the external power adapter or bus power if it is preferred. LED status indicators on the front take the guesswork out of which computer is selected. Best of all, it comes with all the cables that are needed, meaning there is nothing extra to buy!
18 Oct 2007
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