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Power Hub keeps cables neat and tidy

Posted in Power Strips by Conner Flynn on January 31st, 2011

Power cables suck. It’s a simple fact. But they are necessary. So how do you keep them from getting all tangled up and looking like a mess? Well, one way is by using the Power Hub. It’s an under-the-desk plug point housing which ensures that all cables remain together, while letting you roll up the excess cable.

It has three openings on top where you can direct your cords neatly to your power strip. Also three integrated chord anchors will wrap and hide all the excess cabling. It is compact so it can be placed anywhere you want. If interest is high enough, the Power Hub will be manufactured and cost just $23.95.

Why not decorate cables when you can’t hide them?

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on February 25th, 2010

If you can’t hide them, you may as well decorate them. These decorative cable clips are a perfect way to do it. Once you have embraced the decoration of cables idea, the possibilities are endless.

You could have little Army men climbing them, you could give the cable a hundred legs like a centipede, etc. You are only limited by your imagination. It’s much better than just living with the mess they make.

Amazon unveils AmazonBasics

Posted in Amazon by Shane McGlaun on September 21st, 2009

amazonbasicsThere are a few basic things that people need for their home and office when it comes to technology. Things like cables, ink, recordable CDs and DVDs, and other things of that sort. The problem with massive stereos like Amazon is that it can be difficult to find these basic things and we all want them at a low price.

Amazon has introduced a new line of private branded AmazonBasics gear for consumers that are being sold all in one store to make it easy to find. The AmazonBasics line currently features video cables and blank CDs and such.

Dotz helps identify your cords

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on May 25th, 2009

Dotz helps identify your cordsHow many times have you needed to unplug something from the mass of power cords behind your entertainment center or PC area, only to have no idea which one is which? It’s a problem since we still have way too many wires in our lives.

Dotz Cable Identifiers will help you out with 10 reusable colored dotz that come with 24 ready to use punch-out icons and 12 do-it-yourself punch out icons. Only $10. Dotz also offers handy colored cord straps to help you number and group your cables together, also for $10.

HDTV Cable Kit for Dummies now available

Posted in Accessories by Shane McGlaun on November 17th, 2008

HDTV Cable Kit for DummiesMost of us are probably familiar with the series of books called For Dummies. The books try to teach various topics in formats easy for the new user to understand. The For Dummies series is branching out with a new non-book offering.

The HDTV Cable Kit for Dummies and the HDTV Premium Cable Kit for Dummies are now available to purchase. The kits promise to provide all of the cables a user needs to connect an HDTV to components. The normal kit retails for $99.99 and includes two 8-foot HDMI cables, one 8-foot component cable, an 8-foot coax audio cable, and three management ties along with a book the help with connections.

Belkin USB hub fills your desk hole

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on March 11th, 2008

Belkin USB hub
Every now and then you come across a design that is absolutely brilliant. Like this Belkin USB hub that fits in the grommet hole on your computer desk. I always knew that hole was good for something, besides making objects disappear never to be seen again.

Combine that hole with something you can never have enough of, like USB ports, and what you’ve got is gadget gold. The 3″ grommet hub has 4 raised USB ports with openings on each side for hiding cables, and if your hole is smaller,(This all sounds really wrong…) you may need the 2″ version. Simple and brilliant.