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Peripherals manufacturer Nomad is doing some unexpected things with USB cables. First came their Nomad Key, which combines USB and Lightning connections into a short, compact, resilient cable that you can clip onto your key ring.
Now the company is releasing its Nomad Clip, which integrates a USB/Lightning cable into a carabiner.
More info at hellonomad.com.+