greenfeld at laptop.org
Sun Dec 2 08:07:06 EST 2012
The connector on XO-4 B1 motherboards is a bit further in than it should
be. You might not be able to establish a reliable connection to it without
increasing the size of the opening in the case.
The connector on XO-4 C1 motherboards has been moved a bit further out.
In terms of using the smaller connector, for users upgrading motherboards,
there has been discussion about including an adapter to make the existing
hole for a third USB port micro HDMI-size. I have not seen one of these
adapters yet so I cannot comment much about it.
On Sun, Dec 2, 2012 at 5:06 AM, Sameer Verma <sverma at sfsu.edu> wrote:
> I was looking for a cable for the micro HDMI port on the XO4. I couldn't
> find it locally, so I bought it online. The connector is similar to a micro
> USB on my phone (size wise) but after plugging it into the XO, I realized
> that the connector is very flimsy. I suppose the bit sticking inside the XO
> doesn't feel robust enough to forgive any major movement of the cable on
> the outside.
> A type A HDMI cable connector seems to be quite robust, like a USB A
> connector. What was the thinking behind picking a micro HDMI connector?
> A regular HDMI connector seems more robust and easily available (my
> experience...yours may vary).
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