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The original Kill-a-Watt was a barebones, if efficient, way of monitoring how much energy an appliance used. But what if you want more features? Like a timer or programming. Here it is.
It's been a long time coming, but to coincide with Earth Hour this week, Belkin is finally launching their Conserve Surge protector in Australia. The power board not only protects your precious gadgets from power surges, but features six out of eight sockets that can be switched off completely - killing even the standby power drain - using a supplied remote.
Traditional power strips are not the most ideal way to conserve space and keep things orderly. This Swivel Socket design tries to overcome that problem with six outlets that can rotate 90 degrees.
Electroman: defender of gadgets, scourge of surges. This electric superhero saves the day along with his trusty sidekick USB Hub Man. Together they form a duo to be reckoned with.