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Austere VII Series USB-C Power Strip Charges Anything and Everything
Designed with simplifying your life in mind, the Austere VII Series USB-C Power Strip charges just about everything. Forget about the old surge protector you’re used to because this device should fit just about any plug. You can use it for computers, chargers, media devices, and more. It’ll all fit as it should, and you won’t have to pick and choose which outlets on your power strip you actually get to use. Additionally, you won’t need to finagle the VII Series Power Strip as it’s available in six- and eight-outlet models. With a sleek design, each Austere VII Series strip blends in with its modern surroundings. Furthermore, it delivers constant power as it can block out disturbances from other electronics in use. With surge protection and fire protection, this USB-C power strip adds convenience without any hazards.
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Austere Series VII Six Outlet Power Adapter Review
REVIEW – As an audiophile, I have always invested heavily in clean and capable power distribution for my audio system. These types of devices offer great isolation and clean power for each outlet and well as great protection against surges. However, for my separate smaller system like my TVs with high-end soundbars, the larger and more expensive power distributors are overkill. The Austere Series VII six-outlet power adapter seems like the perfect fit for my TV and soundbar, and with all of the included USB ports, it can accommodate my streaming devices, etc.
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Austere VII Series Surge Protector Review: Beautiful Protection Preciously Priced
The Austere VII Series surge projector is a radical departure from the norm. Its competitors are invariably ugly things, typically fabricated from plastic with little thought afforded to industrial design beyond how many plugs they can accommodate. Clad in brushed aluminum with polished beveled edges, and a power cord wrapped in luxurious braided fabric, Austere’s device is so pretty you’ll be tempted to leave it in plain view—until you plug things into its eight outlets, that is. Then you’ll hide it away just like any other surge protector.
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