I must receive on average 3-5 Kickstarter pitches every week, and many, if not most fall under "interesting, but I don't need it". As someone with several devices parked on a shallow depth desk, the QooQi (pronounced "cookie") cable organizer is among the few I could use right away...
Constructed from strong and lightweight aluminum, the QooQi cord organizer adheres securely using a sticky reusable/repositionable nano pad, capable of being positioned both vertically or horizontally and routing up to 5 cables up to 4mm thick (reposition the nano-sticker by wiping the surface clean with a damp cloth, and then it's ready to adhere again).
Houston design duo, B&A Studio, is planning to offer the QooQi in anodized matte silver, black and a limited edition Kickstarter green, priced at $14-$27 for pre-order funders.
The designers of the MOS - Magnetic Organization System have met and far exceeded their Kickstarter funding goals, offering desk/cable organization via hidden super strong magnets embedded within a stationary base partnered with compatible magnetic cable ties. The MOS is available now at Amazon for $19.95.
Bind was designed for Apple computer users with wireless keyboards and the Magic Trackpad, notorious for drifting away from one another across the desk equivalent of continental drift. As the name implies, the Bind connects each component using a precise fit tray, which can also be used to neatly store away the wireless peripherals using a strong shelf attachment designed for the back of iMacs or current Apple Displays.
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