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Old 11-14-2008, 02:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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where can i find an external multi media port like found on the lian li desks. I would like to add one to my desk but i cant seem to find one anywhere online.
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media port meaning? A/V outs and memory card readers?
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Old 11-14-2008, 01:16 PM   #3 (permalink)
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yea usb, firewire, memory and audio all in one hub..

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like on this desk but i dont want to pay 2500 for a desk
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Maybe because this is something that is propritary to Lian Li? Maybe that is why you cant find it anywhere but with their desks.
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there has to be some kind of hub somewhere though right?

http://images.vnu.net/gb/inquirer/ne...an-li_desk.jpg

its the media box on the top right next to the drawer.
all their desks have them not just the one with the built in case.
i meant there has to be some sort of hub like that out there right?
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Default Re: external multimedia port

Yes there are hubs out there but they aren't really commercially available you would be better off looking for an old case and taking it out of on of those. You could use individual extension cables from your pc to your desk or better yet get a keyboard with 3.5mm jacks and usb ports or a monitor with usb ports and multimedia jacks thats what I have got.
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i see.. i might just break down and buy a lian li desk when i graduate.. OR i could bolt a bunch of different hubs together? lol
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something like this?

Newegg.com - Koutech IO-FPM220 3.5" Floppy Drive & Multi Card Reader Front Panel - Controller Panels
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yea like that but external no floppy drive and add a usb and firewire
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Newegg.com - nMEDIAPC ZE-C88 All-in-one USB 2.0 Card Reader - Card Readers
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