3 ways to reduce desktop cable clutter
Cable scattered on your desk: super-evil!
But that\'s the world we live in, all the devices we use and all the syncing and charging they do.
If you \'ve had enough of the wire mess, consider one of the three solutions to sort things out: 1.
You know those black binder.
Plastic adhesive clips used to clip large stacks of paper together?
They have proved to have another use: wire management.
As described in Digital Inspiration, the wire \"arm\" of the clip is perfect for holding the connector, and the clip itself can be attached to the edges of almost any table.
This photo illustrates everything: 2.
Your phone, Bluetooth headset, MP3 player and other gadgets have their own charging cable-and connectors.
Idapt i3 is a charging station for up to three devices.
It is equipped with six interchanging connector tips for the most common gears (
Mini USB, micro USB, iPhone/iPod, etc. )
You can order the equipment-
Specific tips on anything else.
Alternatively, you can order with four tips of your choice, which I think is a more sensible option.
In both cases, Idapt i3 will cost you $59. 99.
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Cable if you like the idea behind Idapt, but don\'t want to spend $60, there is a cheaper solution that can do the same more or less: charging multiple devices at the same time, at the same time, the wire clutter is minimized. It\'s the so-
Known as the Super cable, it connects all your charging/sync lines together to form a tightly connected wire.
With the exception of the iPod, you will find all the instructions you need to make the Super cable, which should not exceed $7.
An example of a finished product is: what do you think?
Which option do you like best?
Or do you have different ways to prevent wire clutter?
If so, please let us know in the comments!
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