Pros: Nice design, but not for Motherboards with more than (2) SATA ports. See explanation in Cons below..
Cons: One end should have been made straight, because the design of the 90 degree cable end covers other SATA connectors on the Motherboard (MB). If you have more than (2) SATA connectors on your MB, and you want to use and add more than two SATA drives, you need to purchase SATA cables that have at least one straight end, so can fasten and use all SATA interfaces on your MB. These cables are designed ONLY for a MB with ONLY (2) SATA ports.
Pros: It worked; it transfered data; what else can I say, it is a few strips of metal encased in plastic.
Cons: The right angle connection of both ends made for a tight fit on the motherboard side.
Pros: Good length, not too short but not too long.
Cons: The angled connectors made it a pain to install on my motherboard.
Pros: Nice red color, they would probably work well on a mobo that has video cards covering or real close to the SATA connectors.
Cons: None with the item, see other thoughts...
Overall Review: I got these for my EVGA 750i. They don't really work well on this mobo, here's why; the mobo SATA connectors are at a right angle and are directly next to each other (two on one side and two on the other). Look at a picture of the mobo and you'll see what I'm referring to. I have the standard straight cables plugged in and they work well. They do however work out better on my other mobo, an ASUS A8N32-SLI board with the SATA cables on top of the mobo. Bottom-line, check things out good before ordering.
Pros: I like the 90 deg, it is a cable and it works
Overall Review: nope
Pros: It works - gets the job done without hassle.
Pros: The 90 degreee angle on one end of the cable is perfect for any case with a removable hard drive bay. Takes good to twisting and turning unlike some other SATA cables I have seen.
Cons: The other end should be straight so it doesn't block the other SATA spots on your motherboard.
Overall Review: Although there is a major design flaw with both ends being at a 90 degree angle, it gets an average because it gets the job done, but only with one hard drive.
Comments: Bought a whole system of parts. With Antec Sonata case thought right angle cable would be good. OK at the hard drive end but on the motherboard it is keyed in reverse. If you plug into SATA 1 it covers SATA2 (or vice versa). BOO! Newegg! Spent about $1300.00 but not worth returnng a $4.00 cable! Suggest you do not sell this one any longer. Looking for a right angle wired correctly.