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Jeff Geerling on Twitter: “I plug computers into my computers…” is indeed a PCIe KVM board based on a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/05/10

Last month, I wrote

Hopefully the picture below is the board of a PCIe KVM board based on a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 supporting Power over Ethernet (PoE). At least it seems to looking at the thread started by…

The thread was by Jeff Geerling on Twitter: “I plug computers into my computers…”.

Jeff followed up on this much sooner than I expected with [Wayback/Archive] Jeff Geerling on Twitter: “Hey look! That computer inside a computer thing is real now! It’s the PCIe version of the Blicube KVM: …”

and a post you can now buy the assembled full size Pi-KVM bundled with Raspberry Pi 4 [Wayback/Archive] Jeff Geerling on Twitter: “Ooh, a nice pre-built version of PiKVM (complete with an in-stock Raspberry Pi 4 model B) is now available for sale: … Still wish it were possible to get those Pis separately, too.”

[Wayback/Archive] PiKVM V3 Pre-Assembled –


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