Every now and then you come across a design that is so simple; you wonder why people didn’t come up with it sooner. The Sanus ELM410 HDMI cable certainly does give you that kind of feel. Basically it’s an HDMI cable that can be angled within a 180 degree radius, giving you a lot of flexibility if you’re in a tight spot. The only weird (and disappointing) part of the deal is that only one end is pivoted, while the other end is your run of the mill HDMI cable connector. Still, one side is better than none, right?
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