One more possible limitation for people with 120Hz 3D-capable monitors using Dual-Link DVI interface has been removed with the announcement of the first 3D Vision-ready KVM switches from ATEN. The new two- and four-port USB Dual-Link DVI KVMP (CS1782A/CS1784A) switches support the transmission of 3D video signals from various sources to a 3D-capable 120Hz LCD monitor and feature a USB 2.0 hub for flexible extension of peripherals. These KVM switches should allow you to easily have from two up to four different 3D-capable computers connected and used with a single 120Hz 3D-capable monitor with the help of a KVM switch, something that you could not do due to the higher bandwidth requirements associated with the use of 1080p resolution with 120Hz refresh rate with previous DVI KVM products. The new 3D-capable KVM switches from ATEN are also HDCP compatible, so you should have no trouble watching Blu-ray 3D movies as well through the KVM. The new ATEN CS1782A ad CS1784A KVM switches also come with support for bigger 2D monitors with a resolution of up to 2560×1600 @ 60Hz, so if you have a 30-inch 2D monitor with such a high resolution then these new KVM switches may be of interest to you as well.