Here we ago again with the link gremlins. https://newsroom.intel.com/news/intel-introduces-new-nuc-kits-nuc-mini-pcs-intel-nuc-family/Hmm, only HDMI 2.0a; USB-C (DP1.2) Graphics Output? There is a need for a dongle?
But I don't fully get the conmection to the "HEAD Pro Damp - Tennis Racquet Vibration Dampeners" in the link?
I wouldn't expect any support for anything other than 10, due to: https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/04/13/microsoft_kills_support_old_windows_on_new_chips/Based on my viewing of the pictures for the 8th gen NUC, some models have USB-C; those without have dual HDMI outputs.
Also note that support for Windows other than 10 seems sketchy at best.
So, what's the problem? Get the USB-C to DP cable and plug it in.All the computers should be the same for the KVM switching.
The problem was that I did not see that model at first and the 2x HDMI was a concern. Obviously the Thunderbowls to Displayport is easy as all the Mac users do.So, what's the problem? Get the USB-C to DP cable and plug it in.