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PowerCube Extended USB review: Quirky and efficient, but no surge protection

PowerCube Extended USB

At a Glance

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  • PowerCube Extended USB Allocacoc PowerCube Extended USB
    $25.00

    Great design makes this multi-tap outlet super convenient, but it would be an even better alternative to a power strip if it delivered better protection from power surges.

At a Glance

Great design makes this multi-tap outlet super convenient, but it would be an even better alternative to a power strip if it delivered better protection from power surges.

Price when rated: $25

Pros

  • Space-efficient cube design
  • 5-foot extension cable
  • Two USB charging ports

Cons

  • No surge-suppression or power-conditioning features
  • No warning indicator for ground faults
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