If you look at most of the images in my Mac Setups section one thing you will probably have spotted is a distinct lack of cables. The reality of a modern gadget lovers desk is that obtaining this completely minimal look is virtually impossible, even the most stripped down setups need at least a power lead.
I have tried cable trays, sticky back ties, zip ties, blu-tack, insulating tape to name a few and generally end up re-cabling on a fairly regular basis to try to keep things neat and tidy.
The Cablox Cable Organiser from fancy.com certainly looks like an interesting solution to the problem of under the desk wiring spaghetti. Just checking the fancy.com this product is currently out of stock so I can’t order to check it out.
If anyone has tried this please drop a comment with your thoughts, alternatively if you know of an equivalent type of solution please let me know.
On first glance this looks like a pretty nice but otherwise ordinary Mac Setup picture but when you zoom out to see the full picture you see the why this setup is a little bit special !
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I have followed a number of Tiny House blogs for some time and really love the idea of being able to live comfortably in a couple of hundred square feet of space.
I love the look and the idea of floating desks but wonder about the practicality ? First of all there has to be a fairly robust bracket to hold the potential weight without support from below. Then what about power ? Presumably to maintain the minimal look sockets would have to be embedded at the desktop level somehow ?
Still, very pretty to look at….
I thought my desk space was small but this is something else.
Some serious monitor real estate..
This Mac Pro setup has a seriously large screen setup. Gives me neck ache just looking at it !
I have looked at these ultra wide screens and have to admit this looks enticing.