Many PC enthusiasts play video games and do regular computing on the same machine, and we all know that the more software you add, the more cluttered and unstable your computer becomes. Imagine batching up a bunch of videos for compression, and then getting online for some fragging without any slowdown or distractions. Historically, KVM switches have been relatively light on features, but now they come with DVI video, USB 2.0, and even audio switching support. ATEN introduces their CS1782 dual-DVI USB 2.0 KVMP switch, which should entice PC gamers and media enthusiasts with its Dual-link DVI support and 7.1 audio switching capabilities. Now PC enthusiasts can instantly switch between a seperate gaming or media computer with very little hassle.