The screen has a VGA connector. The keyboard (Logitech K270) and mouse (Logitech M705) use a Logitech Unifying Receiver which is a little wireless USB dongle.
I don't plan on having both computers turned on at the same time, so hot-swapping isn't required. I just want to save space on my desk.
Being able to share other USB devices (i.e. a USB WIFI dongle) between the two computers would be nice but not necessary.
I've read that all wireless keyboard / mouse manufacturers say that their gear doesn't work with KVM's, and also that most KVM manufacturers will say that their switches won't work with wireless keyboards and mice. But I've also read of people that have managed to get this sort of setup working ok.
Any recommendations or advice?
Something that caught my eye was Virtual KVM's, where it's all done in software. But I don't think that's such a great solution for me as I will very rarely want both computers turned on at once (ones a work PC and the other a personal use PC) and also both computers will be connecting wirelessly to my home router and I don't think a wireless connection would handle this well. But maybe I'm wrong?