I think some of us might be familiar with the following problem:
When you're sleeving your front panel USB connections, the heatshrink over the connector on the motherboard side won't allow you to bend the cable like you would want to bend it. The result doesn't look that good (at least in my opinion).
So I was searching for a solution and tried to find something like a 90° USB header connector, but couldn't find any.
Well, here's what I tried next:
Just a simple female to male USB extension with a right angle.
Let me hear what you think about it. I tried to calculate the difference of the signal timings because of the different cable lengths, but came to the conclusion that they're negligible. Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
Edited by Furion92 - 8/7/12 at 2:50pm