Sound familiar: over time, you gather more and more computer accessories – a keyboard, mouse, speakers, headset, hub, external hard drive, cell phone, etc. Chaos reigns on your desktop in the form of cables and devices; there’s hardly enough room for a cup or notepad.
The SDMS helps bring order to this chaos, to reorganize the space that’s available and create space as a result. The products’ compact design ensures optimum use of every centimeter without compromising on functionality. To achieve this, size and shape have been coordinated so that the peripherals do not interfere with each other even on confined desktops.
Considerable gain in space
Clarity, short distances and rapid reactions are attributes of the SDMS that not only gamers will benefit from. In contrast to conventional integrated systems, the SDMS reduces the operating zone by a third (see illustration) which also results in a considerable increase in space.
Dr. Dale is taking notes
"When we first looked at the idea of the SDMS, my gaze fell on my desktop: there wasn’t a single trace there of synergy and uniformity. Peripherals seemed to be at war with each other; there was a pure struggle going on for space and ports.
Luckily this phenomenon has been a thing of the past since the advent of the SDMS."
Dr. Erik J. Dale,