Keep-a-Cable: A Piece of Plastic = Desktop Cord Organization

Keep-a-Cable: A Piece of Plastic = Desktop Cord Organization

Ryan
Jun 11, 2008

We are always on the lookout for cable management and this has got to be as simple as it gets. A piece of polyethylene with slits and holes, the Keep-a-Cable does something that anyone with a laptop or cabinet full of media equipment can appreciate.

If you are like me, and use your laptop all over the house, inevitably you will end up back at a desk of some sort where your printer, scanner or even external monitor and keyboard sit. This means plugging all these peripherals back into your laptop which also usually means crawling under your desk to pick one or two cables off the floor that have slipped off your desk. Since the keep-a-cable is stuck to your desktop, unplugged peripheral cables can only go as far as the back of your desk saving you the hassle of getting on your knees the next time around.

-via Boing Boing

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