Imagination Company Solves Desktop Clutter; Delivers Ultimate Convenience For Easier Computing

October 17, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
Farmington Hills, MI — Imagination Company, the micro business of a Michigan entrepreneur and inventor has patented what it believes is the simplest, most effective solution to the desktop clutter of “little paper” that computer users need to work at their computers everyday.

Jim McDuffey, Principal of Imagination Company said that his company's invention, a computer monitor accessory "The PC Frame" will make the long hours working at your computer easier and much more efficient. The product is the most functional, unobtrusive, ergonomic monitor accessory of its kind available today.

For many years, there have only been the copy clip products for display monitors. But big copy clips are only designed to hold one sheet of letter size paper, not the many small pieces of paper laying all over desktops. Now, the new monitor note holder provides remarkable convenience because it neatly holds quick-reference lists, Post-it® notes, business cards, photos, small calendars, templates, etc., for quick viewing and greater efficiency.

The PC Frame fits any display monitor or glare screen. It eliminates tape, clips and VELCRO® on monitors. Paper and cards easily slide into the frame instantly and stay in place for a minute or a month.

"We wanted to help computer users see the important things that come and go to their desktops daily by enabling them to perfectly align the media on each side or the top of their monitor screens right in front of them at eye level.” McDuffey said. "The innovative design also allows users to position and change personal photos on their monitors as often as they like without any damage to them." This makes computer work more enjoyable.

McDuffey said, "We have given the computer market an inexpensive, much needed solution to reducing desktop litter and better organization without taking any valuable desktop space at all." which seems to be important as the proliferation of paper continues in the workplace.

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