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Dealing with wires in a wireless world

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GerryC
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GerryC   12/13/2012 4:17:41 PM
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The wires and cables are not the problem and expensive boxes and covers arent required Just get off your lazy butt with a few wire ties clean up the mess and make it look neat!

IDontUseTheForumSoWhyAmIForc
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IDontUseTheForumSoWhyAmIForc   12/12/2012 6:29:34 PM
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Just found this article and I'm blown away by the "WireMate". Why? Not because it makes everything look neat and tidy by hiding wires inside an enclosure, but because they actually got a patent for it ... It's a box. Now why didn't I think of that.

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AshtonByrne   4/12/2010 8:06:06 PM
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Great points. BUT, the companies that can ingrate wireless into their products don't. The rat's nest does not need to be soo big.

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