Snagging is one negative effect of gaming using a wired mouse. In tense gaming situations, the mouse cable regularly snags on the side of the mousepad. This results in decisive seconds being lost as you need to raise the mouse that bit extra to solve the problem.
As a solution to this, the SDMS offers clearly structured cable routing which eliminates snagging as well as the problem of the cable rubbing annoyingly on the desktop. It feels as if you’re gaming using a wireless mouse – but without the delay in response or long charging times.
Cable mess a thing of the past
The SDMS doesn’t just save you those all important seconds when gaming; it also clears up the cable mess caused by all other peripherals. Additional devices such as a HDD, USB stick, camera or iPod™ can be integrated into the SDMS clearly, simply and quickly.
Dr. Dale is taking notes....
It’s been clear to me for a long time now that doing away with the cable doesn’t make using an input device any easier. The bright idea came to me while I was in orbit 350km above the Earth carrying out my research project on board the ISS. Gravitational pull is the answer. This alone is responsible for cable friction – for the cable rubbing annoyingly on the desktop. It therefore became our goal to simulate cable weightlessness – something we’ve now succeeded in doing with the controlled cable routing system offered by the SDMS.