No cable management is the best cable management
The future is fast approaching and cables are just as fast becoming a thing of the past. Ever since our phones became wireless, there has been an ever-increasing demand for wireless alternatives to our precious wired gadgets, such as speakers, headphones, and screens.
Not long ago, the more gadgets we got, the more cables we needed and the more hassle we got. This realization was a dawn of the age of the cord organizers industry.
Today, there are many different cord and cable organizers like zippers, clips, boxes, zip ties, and wiring covers, to name a few. These cable management items may temporarily solve some problems like keeping your cables contained. Temporarily being the keyword here.
Cast your cables aside
Cable management is sort of like fixing a leak in a sinking boat with duct tape. It may hold the leak for a while, but eventually, that boat is going to sink. That is because the fundamental issue with cables is the technology itself, not how to manage it.
Whether it be in your home or the office, we are sure for many this is a giant headache. That’s why Airtame was created because the easiest cord management is simply to get rid of the cords.
The number one trend in modern office design is to hide cables. To do it right, you might need to open up walls and lift up floors to install hidden cables. This can cost a pretty penny and is time-consuming.
Unfortunately, this solution doesn’t allow for much mobility. When the locations of your hooked-up devices like your screens and speakers don’t fit your needs anymore, this expensive cycle of cable management becomes a problem again.
There is a better way
Instead of sweeping your cable problems under an expensive figurative rug, there are beautiful, innovative, and flexible solutions out there.
To get started on your clutter diet, we did a little internet digging and came up with four examples and suggestions on how to truly embrace the future of office design.
#1 Wireless keyboards
Flexibility and lack of clutter are becoming increstingly popular since a wireless boom in 2011. Casual users and professionals alike agree on the benefits of using a wireless keyboard.
Wireless keyboards use either USB or Bluetooth to connect. According to pcworld.com, the latest Bluetooth 4.0 specification features low-energy technology to save battery but the USB connected ones are consistently more reliable.
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