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I’m a total techie geek. I love anything and everything that makes my life just a little bit easier, or a lot I’ll take either. We all use power strips with surge protectors to safeguard our valuable components and get them power from one spot. One thing I hate about my current office space power strip is that it lives on the floor. I have it there because it’s super long and bulky. I have to bend over and plug in my phone all the time and it’s just super annoying. I wasn’t in the market for a power strip when Accell approached me about their new slim powramid power center, but as soon as I saw it I could see that it had a purpose in my life. This is my Accell Powramid power strip review.
About the Accell Powramid Power Center and Surge Protector
- Ideal for home or office
- Power Stop Technology – Automatically stops conducting power once the absorption has reached capacity
- Provided advanced 1080 Joules of surge protection
- Features patented X3 MOV technology for maximum safety to all connected devices
- Has 6 power ports
- 6ft (1.8m) of cord
- MSRP: $24.99 (without USB)
- USB version is available with MSRP: 34.99
You can find the Accell power strip and surge protector with USB here
My Accell Powramid Power Strip Review
So, I opted for the USB version (obvi). There is literally nothing I dislike about this product. It’s sleek and round so it fits perfectly on top of my computer tower. I love this because I can just plug my phone up without bending every which way to get to my power strip. It has a pretty light on top that lets you know it’s on and I love the USB option. I can plug up multiple devices to charge while I’m at my desk. Here are some photos of the Accell Powramid power strip.
The Accell Powramid power strip gets two thumbs up from me. I’m still using it now and I think it will stay right here at my desk until it stops working, which I hope will be never. For more information about the Accell Powramid Power Center and Surge Protector check out their website here.