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Questions Regarding KVM switch and my current Logitech Bluetooth Peripherals


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kman79

 
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Hey everyone, I'm a new convert to the Mac World. I recently purchased a MacBook Pro and loving every minute of it.

I built an AMD PC a few years ago with the most recent upgrade being an AMD64 X2 @ 2.8GHz. It's still fast enough to do productive work with as well as some play. Although recently it's only being used as a Media Server for my PS3 and XBOX360, the MBP is gettin all my attention at the moment . It uses a 7800GTX video card with DVI out.

The monitor I intend to use is a Dell 2407WFP, it's pretty decent Monitor in my opinion and I would love to be able to use it with my MBP when I'm home.

I plan on purchasing an IOGEAR GCS1762 as my KVM Switch. I have a Logitech DiNovo Edge keyboard and a Logitech MX Revolution mouse, I love using both very much and it keeps my desk free of wire clutter.

My question is, does anyone know if I'll run into any issues using a KVM switch with these two peripherals to work with my MacBook Pro? This is my first time using a KVM switch, so please excuse my ignorance on that matter. Any help on this is greatly appreciated.
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