If the idea of unsightly cables running all over your desk is too much to bear, this KickStarter project by Ryan McNab and David Lazar may be the answer to your problems in the form of Cable.Gone, a cable management system which at the same time provides an elevated platform for your iPad or laptop computer, thanks to its angular design.
It does not require any installation, and all you’d have to do is run your cables through it and you’re good to go! If this sounds like a cable management system that you could get on board with, unfortunately the project has yet to be realized as its creators are currently seeking funding through KickStarter.
A minimum donation/pledge of $25 nets you a white Cable.Gone while donations/pledges of $29 or more will net you either the blue or magenta Cable.Gone, along with the option of having your name/nickname printed onto the packaging of Cable.Gone. For more information head on down to their KickStarter page.
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