Like hoverboards on water, #gamedev doesn’t work unless you’ve got POWER (strips)!
Soon I’ll be receiving my bone marrow transplant. As I prepare to move into the hospital, the half-way house, and then to parts unknown, I’m working to make sure everything is in its right place. I’m throwing tons of stuff out and making sure I have the things I need so that my multiple move-ins go smoothly. This includes getting everything on my nagging to-do list checked off.
One such thing is cable management. Moving a nest of wires, and then moving it again, and then again, is no bueno. So I’ve purchased all my KVM and power cables in their most appropriate lengths and sought a single power strip/surge protector to accommodate it all. In particular the misshapen powerbricks that plug directly into a socket and obstruct all the rest.
Enter the Belkin 12 Outlet Surge Protector/Power Strip. It’s main draw (in addition to electricity) is that it has a number of off-set outlets to accommodate gnarly powerbricks. But will it do the job? Check out the nickelcitypixels’ unboxing and review (make sure to read the description) to find out!
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