Most Laptops have a Type C Port, MiniDisplay Port, Thunderbolt 1 and 2: Mini DisplayPort; Thunderbolt 3 and 4: USB-C. These can be converted to HDMI or Display port easily using an approved adapter. Remember the connection flows FROM>TO. Therefore if you have a Type C on your laptop and need HDMI Port you will need a Type C to HDMI Adapter.
No not all computers need a docking station. We recommend docking stations for computers that do not have the necessary ports available, in most cases adapters can solve this.
Yes, most of the KVMs have a USB 2.0 port that can support any of these devices. Since it is a single USB 2.0 port you will need a powered USB hub to connect more devices.
No these devices are connected via Bluetooth so they will bypass the KVM and connect directly to the computers. The KVM does not have built in Bluetooth, if you can pair a Bluetooth dongle receiver to a device then this can be connected to the USB 2.0 port on the KVM.
On occasion TV's will exhibit "overscaling" issues. This is due to the input device, typically a PC, having a slightly different resolution than a television. There are a number of ways to correct the issue by making adjustments to Windows and Mac operating systems.
A cable that is 30 ft or less can transmit High Def quality at 60Hz A cable that is 15 ft or less can transmit Ultra HD quality at 30Hz A cable that is 10 ft or less can transmit Ultra HD quality at 60Hz
Occasionally the mouse movement for Mac operating systems may jump. Please try using the USB2.0 port for your mouse input. If problems continue, please confirm the mouse works correctly when plugged directly into the PC that exhibits the issue. Logitech or keyboard software installed into the computer can cause issues, uninstalling this software can fix the interference.
Unfortunately, not all multimedia functions are passed through the KVM to the input PC. We recommend trying the USB2.0 port but we cannot guarantee all multimedia functions.
Here is our approved adapter list. Make sure to choose the correct FROM and TO adapters.