LaCie Flat Cables – prevent cord tengle

lacie-flat-cablesWith LaCie Flat Cables, it’s easy to find the interface you need. Each cable is perfect for connecting of your external devices, such as hard drives, CD/DVD writers, printers, cameras, and cell phones. The LaCie Flat Cables come in different colors according to their interfaces, and a fun, whimsical design by item, a French design firm, ensures that they’ll make a statement on your desktop.

Since the cables are flat, they are easy to coil and to carry—you’ll never have to deal with another tangle of wires behind your desk or in your laptop bag! Each cable comes with 24 adhesive labels, so you can customize your cables and always know which device is plugged in.

LaCie Flat Cables

LaCie Flat Cables are available in these interfaces:

USB A to B
USB A to B
USB A to Mini B
USB A male to A female
FireWire 400 to FireWire 400
FireWire 400 to FireWire 800
FireWire 800 to FireWire 800;
eSATA to eSATA

Lacie Flat Cables

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