Ncomputing sells a product called the X300 which will allow you to run 3 additional workstations off from one PC. It uses a PCI card in the host PC and 3 small boxes where you can plug in keyboard, monitor, etc.
What you do is add a PCI card to the host PC and connected it to the workstation boxes. These boxes are very small (about 4"w x 2 1/2"d). You could add up to 3 PCI cards to a host PC for a total of 10 workstations (1 PC + 9 workstations) Of course your host PC would need to be very powerful to run 9 of these units, but if you are running 3 boxes, their requirements are very reasonable. My workplace is currently demoing with one card and 3 X300 boxes. It has worked out very well so far. I will past a couple useful links below. Hope this helps.
i'm having a computer that has one display, one keyboard and one mouse.
i want to add another set of display+keyboard+mouse,to the same computer, so two users can work at the same time, and each one can run different program, or use the internet.
is it possible ?
if so, how ?