I have a few USB/Wifi & Bluetooth adaptors that adopt this approach, but they have tiny dip switches, and you'll need your Mr Magoo glasses here as well.jbelanger wrote:IHaving the DIP switch available through the top is practical but it also means it could be accidentally switched which may cause issues. If the switch is slightly recessed then accidental switching should be minimal.
I use these already on my MacBook flavours and a desktop set up, because the port centres are too compact on the side, and on the rear of the desktop. Even SD card readers cause problems, and it's not just laptops, it's USB hubs too. I have a short lead on one connection, so I always know which port ID I am using.jbelanger wrote:And you're probably right that a short USB extension should have minimal impact.
When they are ready, put me down for one of these please, thanks Jean.