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When something gets "snagged" that's when something like a hook or other sort of protrusion gets unwantingly caught on something. These ethernet cables are called snagless because before the little snap handle thing, there is a ridge. When the cable is being pulled or moved that ridge will slide objects over the handle rather than into it, preventing them from snagging on it.
October 16, 2008
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