NewerTech Power2U wall sockets replace cluttered charge plugs

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Most of us have a lot of devices in our house. Maybe there’s a couple of tablets, two or three phones, cameras.. you get the idea. Every one of those devices has a 120V to USB converter for charging. Given the number of things we have plugged in around the popular spaces in our homes, like the kitchen, we often plug and unplug things constantly in an effort to charge devices, run our machines, and so forth.

power2u_animationWell, NewerTech has an idea: eliminate the converter plug and stop using the outlet’s 120V three-prong plug for your gadgets. Instead, just plug them into a built-in USB. It should’ve been obvious and now that someone’s come up with one that works, it is. Bet you don’t have one though.

The Power2U is basically a standard two-outlet, three-prong wall plug with two USB ports added for convenience. The USBs are automatically down-juiced to match the requirements of most devices and is fully UL listed.

It replaces the standard wall outlet in most homes and fits in any circuit made for the standardized 15-amps used in U.S. homes. Most people can install it themselves in about twenty minutes or less. A professional handyman or electrician can do it even quicker.

The Power2U is one of the coolest things I’ve seen in a long time. It lets you keep your TV, coffee pot, or whatever plugged in while you charge up to two USB devices. Or you can plug in converters into the two outlets and charge up to four devices at once. Whatever you need to do. Very convenient!


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