Cable.Gone is a Stylish and Simple Solution to Desktop Cable Clutter

By: Michael Hines - Published: Oct 20, 2011 • References: kickstarter
Desktop cable clutter is never a good thing, which is why David Lazar designed Cable.Gone. The design is a minimalist cable organizer intended to double as an iPad or laptop stand.

What separates Cable.Gone from other cable organizers, according to Lazar, is its ease of use. Cable.Gone requires no assembly and can be used straight out of the box. The material making up this cable organizer is a combination of a plastic inner and rubber outer. The rubber outer was chosen specifically to provide a strong and stable cushion for laptops and tablets. Lazar and his partner Ryan McNab are currently seeking funding on Kickstarter to help get Cable.Gone off the ground and into the manufacturing stage. This is the perfect design for those trying to organize their workspace. Stats for Minimalist Cord Organizers Trending: Older & Mild
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