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New Poweramid Brings Outlets to the Table

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Category: Hardware Published on Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Remember the Accell PowerSquid? Its six tentacles allow you to plug in any devices without worrying about the size of the plug, mainly because it isn't a conventional power strip.

Well, enter, stage left, the new Accell Poweramid ($34.99).

This new flying saucer shaped offering features six outlets (without the tentacles) plus two USB ports, allowing you to charge any device that uses a USB cable.

It also features:

  • A heavy duty 6 foot power cord
  • The outlets are spaced far enough apart to accommodate any size plug.
  • X3 MOV technology, which provides long life and enhanced fire safety
  • Power Stop Technology, which automatically stops conducting power once the Powramid's absorption has reached capacity
  • It has a five-year $100,000 equipment protection warranty

The Poweramid is designed to sit on top of a desk or conference room table, eliminated the need to stow it in an area that is almost impossible to reach. It also has four rubber "feet" to prevent it from scratching the surface.

Replacing conventional power strips and surge protectors with Poweramids is basically a no-brainer, due to it's fire hazard protection and its ability to turn itself off when it can't handle the load.

For more details, check out the Accell website at www.accellcables.com.

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