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Updating SoonEdit

This page is vastly out of date and I plan to update it soon with a complete overhaul. If you have any recommendations, please add it to this talk page so I may research it before I add the update. --Multiboxing (talk) 08:07, November 19, 2009 (UTC)


Project: ResearchEdit

I, Hnikar, will be looking into the prices and attempt to bring quotes and finally what I went with, I do plan to multibox in a hardware fashion. In my opinion hardware is more dependable than software, and I may be able to cut off significant amounts of the current quotes on the guide now. It's out of date, and I'm going to do it anyway. I'll bring you along.Hnikar 09:00, 8 December 2007 (UTC)

Vetra Keyboard MulticasterEdit

Vetra is now producing one-to-eight multicasters, it is no longer required to purchase two of the one-to-four units.

One-to-four: $199 One-to-eight: $339

Linked here: http://vetra.com/Multipl2.htm Hnikar 09:00, 8 December 2007 (UTC)

Keyboard choicesEdit

The Happy hacking is a beast of money. Another possibility is the Mini X-Slim Keyboard. [1]

I am currently putting in research into this topic, as of right now it looks like the linked keyboard is USB and includes a USB to PS/2 adaptor.


How they compare: (right now)

Happy Hacking Lite2: $67.95 11.6"(L) 4.3"(W) 1.5"(H) [2]

Mini X-Slim Keyboard: $11.99 12.7"(L)6.5"(W) 0.49"(H) [3]


BIG difference, Will be looking into it more. Hnikar 09:00, 8 December 2007 (UTC)

Schematics PleaseEdit

There is mention of KVMs, Multi-casters, PS/2, USB, Y, and X connectors, etc. Please draw a picture or two of what goes where and when. These descriptions are very confusing and I am trying to draw a picture, but I cannot with all of the variations. Lodahorn (talk) 20:26, February 22, 2011 (UTC)

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