Cable Management

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  1. souldier

    souldier Active Member

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    This may seem like a trivial question, but does anyone know how to keep their power adapter cords nicely wrapped when they are on the go? I cant remember how it came in the box. Any pictures would be great too
     
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    I have several cables I carry with me daily and I usually roll them all up together and tie them with one of my wife's non-tangle hair bands. It's more like a rubberband, but with a cloth shield over the band. Doesnt tangle or pinch the skin. Its worked out really well for me.
     
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    Thanks for the tip darth!
     
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    Hello Kitty colorer rubber bands maybe a good match :D
     
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    Haha that could work. Hey Arnold I noticed you are in the Philippines? I am in Canada but my province is Tayabas, Quezon. Do they sell the Surface RT/Pro there?
     
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    Same province, what a coincidence. My cousin has been living in Winnipeg.

    I bought my Surface RT from Australia, and hand carried by a colleague. Surface RT is available here, but grey market.
     
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    I use Velcro tape, the same stuff used in my garden to hold tomatoes. lol
     
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    This.

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    But I just got them recycled...
     
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    I wrap my cable around the power brick. I keep a good sized loop where the cable connects to make sure there isn't any stress on the connection.
     
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    I have a bunch of the velcro cable ties, they work great.
     
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    The garden store variety sells them in bundles for cheap!
     
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    Right now I have tried to keep my surface cables in a small plastic bag. Seems to work great for me
     

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