Ideally, your desk is not a place where paper and electronics come to collect. Only regular tidying can truly prevent this scenario, but the Line Modem's design can certainly assist.
You already have to have your computer, your mouse and your printer placed firmly on your work surface, but perhaps your Internet box need not be there as well. Shane Schneck reworked the case of the UMTS router so that it can be easily suspended.
Soft coated plastic was formed into a slender rectangular prism, similar in dimensions to the typical modem; however, one corner has been beveled. This sloping edge has a slot along it so that its textile-covered cable can be fed through. This thickened component of the Line Modem can be easily looped for the effortless suspension of the device, removing it from a bed of tangled cables.
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