I currently run a PC with a Geforce GTX 670 and Dual DVI ports. Each DVI port on the graphics card is hooked into an Asus 21" monitor. I also have a 15inch Mac Book Pro Retina (Late 2013) model. I currently use Mini-displayPort-to-DVI adapters to hook it into the same monitors.
The monitors support HDMI, VGA, and DVI connections.
I currently unhook a set of cables to hook in the other set of cables, and as you can imagine, this is rather tedious.
While researching this question, I've run into a number of KVM solutions, but they seem to mean 'dual' differently than I do (they use Dual to mean a KVM can support "Dual-Link DVI", whereas I'm using it to mean dual monitor setup between two computers. I also looked at this SuperUser Question along the same lines, but the solution provided there is cost prohibitive, and doesn't solve my problem.
There is also the physical difference to consider: The adoption of thunderbolt may have changed the landscape for possible solutions.
Here are my questions:
How do I share monitors between the two computers? It would be nice to share the keyboard as well, but this is not a requirement.
What is the terminology for wanting to have a solution that supports a two monitor setup in the KVM world?