Monitor in different room

hey folks,
  I have a new home with nice office and beautiful kitchen.

In my office is my wife's PC...high end Dell with 22" monitor.  
The "in my office " part is the problem.

What's the best way to keep her PC in my rack but have her monitor, keyboard and mouse in the kitchen.
As I said...the monitor is beautiful, the kitchen is beautifull...we just need her to work / operate in there without the tower sitting there in a $30k kitchen.
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Yossarian-22Commented:
Check out these kind of kvm extenders:

http://www.adderlink.at/adder/usb_kvm_extender/adderlink_x50_usb_kvm_extender_catx.htm

They are available for normal VGA and DVI.
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jjmartineziiiCommented:
Yeah search for KVM Cat5 or KVM Ethernet.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817107326

That's one from newegg. Make sure to get one with the right ports (USB/PS2) and that can support the resolution of your beautiful monitor :)
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Darr247Commented:
You *did* have structured cable pulled to every room and terminated in a network 'closet' in the basement (or in your office), right?
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Larry Bristersr. DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Hey guys...

Yes...I have the cable pulled.  However...the connection is not the older monitor version but the newer type.
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jjmartineziiiCommented:
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Yossarian-22Commented:
As stated in my first post, there is also a DVI version available from that company now. Check with www.adder.com - it should have become available this fall, as they announced earlier this year. Just contact them. That is the product you want - no converter needed - you will get a perfect digital image on your 22" screen.

Here's the press release: http://www.reuters.com/article/pressRelease/idUS118022+16-Jun-2008+BW20080616
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