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There is nothing more annoying thats lots of wires all over the place. Two days ago I was in the office and tripped over one loose wire and brought a laptop crashing to the floor! The office is quite unruly, but in the other rooms on our house, we use cable tidies. These are a good way to keep loose wires under control and they also make the room look neater.
Most cable tidies do the same job and you should look for a plastic or rubber casing that allows tyou to pass larger grade wire through it (ie a scart cable)the same channel. This one here could be for PC use, or you could use it for DVDs, TVs, etc, whatever suits you.
The long stretch of cable, at 1.5 metres will alow you to run it at length and the neat finish on the cable offers a smart and stylish fix for hiding those wires away. I found the cable easy enough to work with after I gotten to grips with the concept. You need to select your desired wire from the appliance, make sure the cable is as straight as possible then feed it into the reverse side of the tubing. The channel will sort of clamp down on the wire and encase it in a protective tunnel. While it does this, I think it probably straightens the cable a bit for you too. What I like to do with mine is clamp it down then push it right to the back of the PC, and have it flush against a wall. This minimises wires trailing everywhere and it means the unit runs in a neat vertical line with no mess. This one retails for about ten to twelve pounds, I got mine a while back in a sale so paid a little less. There are different makes that do the same job, but this has provided a reliable and managable way of keeping unruly wires out of sight. Of course, you have the option of getting one or more tidies and stacking them if you have multiple cables.
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