If the area behind your monitor or under your desk is a rat's nest of cables, you could look at some smarter power solutions to help manage the tangle. The right products can help you avoid the need to use a stack of USB chargers as well. Catch has a stack of compact power solutions to help clear the tangle.
Catch has a bunch of power solutions that look great and help tame the power cable beast.
Here are some of the highlights
Allocacoc 4-Outlet 1.5m Extended PowerCube with USB - $24.99: The 1.5m cable means you can bring the power outlets up to desk level, saving you from creeping around under the desk whenever you need connect or disconnect a device. In addition, there are a pair of USB Ports making this a very handy addition to your office.
Allocacoc 4-Outlet 3m Extended PowerCube with USB - $39.95: If the 1.5m cable isn't long enough, Catch also has a 3m version available. Both options come in different colours to match your office and desktop decor.
Safemore 2-Level Power Stackr - $37: With six Australian outlets and four USB charging ports, the Power Stackr will fit the bill for almost every office worker with plenty of acuity for all your desktop and mobile knick-knacks.
Allocacoc PowerCube Rewirable Purple-2 Outlets - $34.99: Travellers will Ove this compact charger that lets you connect to US and Eutopean outlets using the included adaptors. For your money, you get a pair of Aussie outlets and a couple of USB ports.
Safemore 3-Outlet VPS Minio Power Stacker with USB - $34.99: With three power outlets and dual USB ports, the Minio Power Stacker looks a bit like a Dalek. However, the built-in overload protection and fire retardant casing adds an extra layer of security.
I bet you own a few cords. You might have so many cords that they burst out behind your TV stand or below your desk. Play video games for any length of time and you'll acquire all sorts of cords you don't know what to do with. For just a few bucks you can rein that mess in though and make some sense of the cyberpunk sprawl lurking behind your TV or monitor.
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