Imagine yourself sitting in front of your desk, surrounded by multiple devices such as your desktop, laptop, and media player. You try to switch from one device to another, but you get irked by the endless plugging and unplugging of your keyboard, mouse, and monitor.
That’s where the KVM switch comes in handy.
An extended display, in simple terms, is a setup that allows you to use multiple monitors (two or more) to extend your computer's primary monitor – or in this case, your laptop’s main screen. Having an extended display allows for more screen real estate so you can multitask better and improve your overall experience.
What’s more annoying than you having to stand up and connect your console to your TV, only to find out that you have your NVIDIA Shield and Laptop connected to it? So the next thing you do is unplug one cable just to plug in another one. It’s a pretty tedious task, especially if you know that you have to unplug your console again afterward and reconnect the device you removed. All this could be easily addressed by an 8K HDMI switch. An 8K HDMI switch saves you from the need to constantly remove HDMI cables on your 8K TV. Not to mention, protect your 8K TV’s HDMI ports from irreparable damages or expensive repairs.
An HDMI Extender is a compact device that allows you to extend HDMI content to a second device at a different location. HDMI Extenders allow you to connect source devices, such as DVD players, game consoles, computer systems, streaming devices, and media players to displays such as a TV, a monitor, or a projector even if they are far apart.