MiSTer FPGA USB Bracket

MiSTer FPGA USB Bracket

MiSTER FPGA
Sale price $3.75
Regular price $7.50
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MiSTer add-on boards were designed around the DE10-Nano form factor, which doesn't have a full-sized USB type A port. As such, a small connector is needed to interface the official USB hub.

The USB bracket is compatible with:

  • Caseless setup
  • PCB case
  • Aluminum case
but is likely not compatible with:
  • 3D printed cases
  • other, third party cases

 

Customer Reviews

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Joe Almanza
MiSTer Addons is a class act!

Purchased the USB Hub, it shipped quickly and arrived well packaged, there was an unfortunate mis-communication about what was included with hub kit which MiSTer Addons was quick to address. Now everything works perfectly, I will definitely be purchasing my additional parts from MiSTer Addons in the future!

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Scott Redepenning
Great product!

Great product, and I'm very happy with my purchase.

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Joseph Musso
Best Bracket Eva

It’s a good bracket - what else can I say? 5/5 would buy again

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Jason d
Great case and great customer service

Loving the aluminum case! I’m on my 3rd different case and this is the best one so far. He really helped me out when I made a mistake. Great customer service. Thank you.

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Thomas Bremer
Must have accessory

After initially just getting an OTG USB hub, which worked fine, I realized I wanted a cleaner setup and to have more than three "controller" ports, since one was taken up by a keyboard. So I got this and I haven't looked back. It's clean and works like a charm.

The only thing that was a little annoying was trying to connect the MiSTer and the USB board. The connector is kind of a Z shape where you need to plug it in to the MiSter board horizontally but it plugs into the USB board vertically. This is tricky since you're also constrained on board movement by the pegs to attach the two together. I was worried I was going to damage it while trying to put them together. And secondly, the boards are so close that you can't get your fingers in to push the connecter down on the USB board, so I had to use some pliers to grab it and force it down. Again, scary.

BUT after getting it together, it works great and I love it.