It comes with a rack-mount kit designed for mounting on an EIA-19” rack in a computer lab or equipment room. Once setup, it basically reduces the need for cable swapping, thereby reducing costs. Users can use the integrated functions—auto-scan, audible feedback, hot-key, etc.—to quickly manage all their PCs. Unfortunately the TK-801R KVM switch lacks a daisy-chain option. Plus it doesn’t support USB keyboards. However, it can handle multiple operating systems, including DOS, Windows, and Linux.