Seagate adds social backup to external drives

By , Network World |  Storage, Seagate

Grade: 4 stars (out of five).

The scoop: D-Wings, by Rubbo International, about $8 (HomeDepot.com)

What are they? D-Wings are small cable and cord clamps that include self-adhesive backing to stick onto furniture or walls. The clamps come in a package of 12 small clamps (3/8-inch/9mm) and six larger clamps (1/2-inch/12mm).

Why they're cool: For people with lots of cables and cords cluttering up a tabletop, desktop or hanging off a desk, these can provide some better organization and prevent people from tripping over or accidentally unplugging the cords. If you have a "rat's nest" of different cables (connecting to devices or power outlets), you can clean up your space easily with these.

Grade: 4 stars

Shaw can be reached at kshaw@nww.com. Follow him on Twitter: @shawkeith.

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