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re: USB 3.0 makes itself right at home
bnowak0   2/1/2013 6:54:34 PM
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4 USB ports, all on the back of that huge tv. When will manufacturers realize they need to be placing these somewhere that’s easily accessible? I recently bought a 60" and mounted it on my wall. Good luck plugging any USBs into the back without actually being able to see what you’re doing or even knowing whether the usb stick is oriented the right way. I ended up having to use and still do use an extension cable to bring the usb port out to the front (although the manual specifically states not to)

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