Who says that power strips need to be flat, horizontal, or bulky? If your computer is backed into a corner and you never seem to have enough outlets, consider designer Takumi Yoshida’s answer, the Revolve. The electrical hub rotates 360º making it a lot simpler in cramped quarters. Still at the prototype stage, Takumi admits on his Coroflot page that he has seen devices similar to his, but we say there is plenty of room for the competition. Contact him if you are interested in his Revolve.
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While we were certainly impressed by Belkin’s latest surge protector, this one from Tributaries is equally fierce. The T12 has 12 outlets, with 8 of them capable of rotating 90°. With 8 UL listings, the gadget features a resettable circuit breaker, a red LED to let you know you are surge protected, and a blue one for grounding. If you live in the U.S., you get a $25,000 connected equipment warranty in addition to a 3 year parts and labor warranty. The T12 has a MSRP of $120.00.
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