crazy than a spaghetti-mound of cables on the back of our workstation. Cable management is as important as table manners, so we've been investigating how to help clean up our own mess in a nice and eye pleasing way and thought we'd share some of the solutions we discovered during research to rid of the spaghetti cord clutter...
FlipSync II This is a USB/30 Pin cable that folds neatly into a keychain size. Charges and Sync your idevice. Uses USB 2.0 for fast data transfer (is not USB 3.0 but at least is something…) and you always have it with you. The cable is really short, so it will work if your USB port or hub is close to your desk but it will be a problem if the USB port is located at the back of your tower enclosure.
Quirky Cordies Desktop Cable Management System This desktop cable management system that organizes your various computer cables while also keeping them weighted down so they don't slide off your desk when disconnected. We think, that the fact it sports a small size, makes it a product you'll love to keep on your desk.
Contort USB Management Your USB thumb drive is just one accidental bump away from being lost. That's why we think the Contort is great. Contort is a four-port USB hub and cord manager, with a flexible neck to protect all your USB devices from accidental damage. It has a plastic hub with four easily accessible USB ports with 360-degree mobility. Built-in cord management, with four anchors to corral your cables. Expands to accommodate more cables if needed.
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