Clamp-On Surge Protector

Clamp-On Surge Protector

Put power at your fingertips.

 

There's nothing more embarrassing than being caught with your rear end sticking out from under your desk-not to mention the head-bumping hazards involved. But it happens all the time when you have to juggle the plugs on a surge protector, which is usually nestled among the rest of the cords and wires in the dark recesses below your workstation. Belkin's Clamp-On Surge Protector lets you skip the potential pain and embarrassment by attaching to the edge of your desk using a fastener that can accommodate a width of up to 1.5 inches. Now instead of venturing down under, all you have to do is reach around to switch out one power cord for another.

 

The surge protector is great for a Mac setup with just a couple of peripherals. It has six outlets, two of which have extra space to accommodate power adapters. Belkin says that the Clamp-On Surge Protector can absorb up to 885 Joules before it fails, and it diverts power to an internal ground wire if it senses a surge over 330 volts. You also get a $15,000 connected-equipment warranty. It doesn't include a port to plug in a phone jack, though, which is bad news if it's the only surge protector you use.

 

The bottom line. No more sore knees-at least, not from climbing under your desk to change out power plugs.

 

COMPANY: Belkin
CONTACT: www.belkin.com
PRICE: $34.99
REQUIREMENTS: Desk edge no more than 1.5 inches thick
Clamps to desk. No more crawling under your desk to plug in.
Lacks phone protection.

 

 

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