NZXT shows off new Puck cable management system

NZXT's new Puck is made to add easily wrap-up your cords while adding some stylish flair to your rig.

Published Wed, Jan 18 2017 11:44 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:56 AM CST

NZXT is all about colorful style, and its new Puck cable management add-on is no different. While the Puck isn't made to handle your PC's actual internal cable management, it offers a neat little add-on that can handle your wired headsets with ease.

The Puck is magnetic so it sticks to steel PC cases with ease, and can serve as a headset mount. Wires and cables are ran around the Puck's inner track kind of like a spindle, but it also breaks apart in two pieces and can house cords in its hollow interior.

"Store VR or audio headsets easily with Puck. It's designed for simple, hassle-free cable management for any of your wired accessories. Split Puck apart for extended cable coverage while powerful magnets make it easy to mount on your PC case or any steel surface," reads the official online description.

  • Designed for Audio or VR headsets and mounting ease
  • Powerful magnets allow quick and easy mounting
  • Splits apart for extended cable coverage
  • Compact size ideal for mounting on PC case
  • Silicone construction ensures flexibility and durability

"My headset was just lying on my desk with its cables dangling, haphazardly everywhere and sometimes trapped in the wheel of my desk chair," says Johnny Hou, NZXT's founder, and CEO. "This strange Puck showed up one night in a bright hue and magically all my headset cable management issues were solved!"

NXZT's Puck will be available starting February for $19.99.

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