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Change the angle of the cable plugged into an HDMI® port using this HDMI Port Saver from Monoprice
Sometimes the HDMI ports on a TV or Blu-ray Disc™ player are positioned in such a way that causes angular strain forces when a heavy cable is plugged into the port. For example, if your HDMI ports are on the side of your TV, a cable will stick straight out, causing gravity-induced angular forces on the port. These forces can cause premature failure of the port, rendering your expensive equipment worthless.
This port saver changes the angle to help eliminate the excessive strain forces. If your TV's HDMI ports are on the left side (when facing the screen) and the narrow side of the HDMI connector is towards the back of the TV, the cable will be routed downward. It is constructed of zinc-alloy to help eliminate stray RF and EM interference and features a smooth-touch, rubberized finish. The connector shell and pins are gold-plated for smooth, corrosion-free connections.
HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.
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CONS: HOWEVER - couldn't use it because I wanted it to face UP when plugged in to computer, NOT down. Didn't think about noticing exactly how it would be facing when plugged in.
MP should, in the description alert the potential buyer to pay attention as to how it would face when plugged in. They should sell a "left" and a "right" unit (up or down facing).
I just went on the site here and can't figure out how this differs from 4860