Don’t you just hate it when the ordinary lines of cables and wires at the back of your computing setup tend to get all tangled up in a mess, never mind that when you first placed them together, they were in their very own lines without crossing over to one another? I guess when dusk falls and the lights are turned off, these cables start performing the horizontal tango. Well, here is an idea that might just kiss goodbye to a tangled up mess – the Kickstarter project known as Unlace.
Just half a grand short of their $10,000 goal with 25 days to go, it is more or less a surety, where the Unlace has been described as “a colorful, rubbery, twistable lace for untangling knotty problems with cords, cables, or any other loose end driving you mad.“ Made out of reusable silicone shoelace, it comes in two flavors (and a rainbow of colors) – 5” and 10” for small cords and burly cables, respectively. These are fully reusable and has a silky matte silicone finish with the texture of a shoelace.
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