Flat Internet Network Cable cat6

Anyone has any experience with these flat CAT6 cables?  Are they god enough for users' desks?  
https://www.amazon.com/Cat-Ethernet-Cable-Black-Pack/dp/B01IQWGKXE/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1529696113&sr=8-5&keywords=ethernet+cable+5ft+flat
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I would get one to test, but it is just the twisted pairs laid flat. Should work just fine.

I have flat ethernet cable to run my trains and it works great. It is cat 5 not cat 6 but the cat 6 should work fine.
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Andrew StillwellCommented:
I have these type (Cat-6 & Cat-7) of Ethernet cables, and yes they are considerably easier to keep laying flat than the standard category-5 cable. They ship them now with Internet Routers, such as the Norton Core. To me, they are worth it.
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