Tame your MacBook Cables with new Stick-On Cable Organizers


Stick-On Cable Organizers are the perfect solution for taming your excess computer cables. They are designed to work with MacBooks or any other device which requires multiple cables. The soft rubber pads of the Stick-On Cable Organizers grip up to 5 cables each and provide a secure and attractive solution to keeping your work area clutter-free. Attach them anywhere and start cleaning up the mess.


There are quite a few cable organizer products to choose from, but the new Stick-On Cable Organizers may be the most clever. Stick-On Cable Organizers have a double-sided adhesive backing so you can easily attach them to any surface. Packaged in sets of two, each organizer can hold up to 5 small or medium size cables (less for larger cables).

Great for laptops like the MacBook Pro, desktops, or anywhere you have excess wires and cables. You can easily attach your Stick-On Cable Organizers to the back edge of your workstation, or on top. They also work great on the back of your computer, or even the back of your monitor. The attracive ABS plastic design, with rubber protective grippers, enhances the look of your work area while organizing your cluttered cables.

Stick-On Cable Organizers enhance the look of your work area while providing a secure solution to taming your cable mess. Packaged in sets of 2 for $12.95 (USD), newPCgadgets has designed the perfect cable organizer.

Other products recently introduced from newPCgadgets include their very popular line of iPad accessories, Laptop Smart Feet to raise your MacBook, The Laptop Accessory Pouch that attaches directly to the back your MacBook, and their top selling Comfort Base to hold the iPhone or iPod touch.

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