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    You've heard of a pyramid, but have heard about a Powramid?

    The Powramid Power Center and Surge Protector from Accell is ideal for the office conference room. (Or any place you need more outlets.) Placed on top of a conference room table, it provides surge protected power outlets for up to six devices. Typical surge protectors continue to supply power even after they no longer are providing surge protection, but the Powramid automatically stops conducting power once the absorption has reached capacity. It provides 1080 Joules of surge protection and features patented X3 MOV technology for maximum safety to all connected devices. There’s 4 foot 3-prong heavy duty power cord and a green LED power indicator. There's also an illuminated power switch/circuit breaker at the top of the unit. The Powramid Surge Protector is available in black or white. On Amazon it’s available for about $22.00. (There seem to be variations on this device from other companies, but I have the one from Accell.)

    http://amazon.com/dp/B00DCKROIQ/?tag=twnene-20   (This is a TWiT link. If you decide to buy this product you pay the normal price, but TWiT gets a pittance.)

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