Logitech Unifying Receiver Expansion Card

Hi all,

New forum user here, I’ve been planning on doing this for a while but haven’t had the time until now. Currently I’m using a Logitech Unifying Receiver, but its sticking out like any other regular receiver. My plan is to take apart an existing USB-A expansion card and Logitech receiver (I have an extra of both) and directly soldering connections together and packaging it back into a flush sitting expansion card. If possible, I’m planning on reusing existing expansion card case instead of 3D printing a new one. Though I’m concerned about signal interference and if using the metal case would affect it negatively.

My question to the community: Has anyone else done this? I’ve briefly searched the forums and haven’t found anything on this. If so, any tips and tricks for a fellow community member?


Literally found this just as I posted lol


One great option would be if you could both hide a Logitech Unifying Receiver and still have some sort of useful USB port passthrough/daisy/hub out the side, so you are not losing a port.