A durable cable for charging your smartphone and for data transfer sounds great and everyone has it, but Bleep is more than that. Musers developed a new type of smart cable that you can use for charging your smartphone, transfer files between devices, but also for backing up your mobile data. Read more
Inspired by the movement of the plastic snake toy, Snakable was designed by Wes Goulbourne to protect the connectors of cables from breaking. It’s actually a new type if cable with armor, featuring a strain relief system made up of independent free moving ball joints. Read more
Wi-fi doesn’t suit everyone, but if you’re considering setting up Ethernet cabling, there are a number of things you need to think about. Buying your Ethernet cables from a reputable provider like RS Components would seem to be the first step towards wiring your house. But there are a few things you need to do before parting with any money. Proper preparations will mean you avoid buying too much or too little. You might also be able to identify potential problems before ordering a bunch of Ethernet cables. Read more
I must admit I’ve never used zip ties before and not because they are not efficient in keeping my cables organized, but because you just can’t untie them. They aren’t designed for that and to remove them you have to cut them. Still, having so many cables around, I need to keep them separated so they won’t get tangled and break. For this I would need something that can be easily tied and released, and to be made from a special material that won’t leave scratches on the cables.
The second option these days would be rubber bands, but these are more fragile and you can use them with big items that don’t have a smooth surface.
Bone Link II is the little tool you need to have more flexibility when connecting your iPhone, iPod or iPad to the Windows computer or Mac. Read more
As you can see, with the Plug Hub you can keep all your cable in one place, making them go through this box that can be hidden under your desk. Read more
Shaped like a white cat, this cable organizer can hold your cable in one place. It would look like a cat playing with the cable on your floor and the white color makes it easy to match it with any room décor. Read more
This is a cable management item shaped like a cute monkey that holds the cable with her hands. It’s small enough to not occupy much space in the room and is strong enough to hold your cable firmly. Read more
This unique idea comes from the designers at Monkey Business who wanted to combine standard wire clips with nature elements and make something beautiful for decorating rooms at the same time. Read more