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Old 7th September 2009, 12:48   #1
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Default Power Bridge Turns Cord Management Upside Down

When your couch pillows get a little messy, you flip them over. When the coffee table gets a little cluttered, you might stuff some of that junk beneath the surface on a lower shelf. Why shouldn't we approach cord management the same way? Turn it upside down!


With the Power Bridge concept, designer Hyuk Jae Chang discovered that you get a much cleaner look if you just put the outlets on the bottom of the power strip. It's even sleek enough to leave front-and-center on the desk.

http://www.unplggd.com/unplggd/cable...de-down-094613
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