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Griffin Announces New Line Of Cable Management Products At CES 2015

January 4, 2015 - Written By Justin Diaz

Cords, cords, cords. With so many advances in wireless technology now a days we still have more cords than we might know what to do with for virtually most of our devices. From keyboards to USB cables for our smartphones and tablets, if you have a lot of gadgets laying around your desk you probably have a ton of cords strewn about too. Cable management can be a nice way to keep things clean and tidy while also looking more elegant and organized, and this year at CES Griffin is announcing a new lineup of Cable Organizer products to keep all your cords managed nice and neat.

No one really likes clutter, but sometimes it can be a hard thing to get rid of. With these new cable organizers from Griffin you can at least attempt to tame the clutter that comes from all your cords going every which way. As part of the collection which consists of four different cable management products, it starts with the Guide,(shown in the image above)Griffin’s new solution for desktop organization which allows the user to customize the way they organize their cables. This is actually quite cool as it consists of a simple steel slab, and three magnetic pieces which you can arrange and place on the slab in any way you like. The holes on the magnetic pieces allow for varied sizes of cords so you can organize your USB cables or mouse cable, and even thicker cables belonging to that of a braided keyboard cord if you have something to that effect. The Guide will cost users $29.99 with a release sometime in Q2 of 2015.

In addition to the Guide, Griffin has also announced the Sleeve, which is essentially like it sounds, a sleeve that can hold two-four cables in one sleeve for a more neat setup, and it will set you back about $9.99. They also announced the Hanger, meant to keep cables in your car in check with a handy little clip that attaches to the ac vent, and will cost about $4.99. Lastly there’s the car connections pack, meant for use with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, which will set consumers back $39.99, allowing users to neatly keep the aux cable and lightning cable in place.