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The s brought us the computer age and also ushered in the power strip. Most people had a desktop computer and monitor, and maybe a printer—but add to those external drives, scanners, wireless routers, and other peripheral devices, and those two standard outlets most of us had were simply overwhelmed. Today, power strips often incorporate USB ports and surge protection. We tested a broad range to determine which are the best. But first, some buying advice. The proliferation of wireless handheld devices that charge at lower voltages makes surge protection more important than ever.
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Electrical Engineering Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for electronics and electrical engineering professionals, students, and enthusiasts. It only takes a minute to sign up. In my area power outages are a daily routine. And power surges, which occur when the electricity comes back, makes it even worse. To avoid damage of the electronic devices we try to unplug them quickly. However, if we are out of the house, this is not possible.
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The Best Power Strips and Surge Protectors to Keep You Going
Turn off the lights in your computer or TV room, and you'll probably see eyes peering through the darkness. All of those glowing LEDs, clocks and power switches are sneaky electronic vampires. While you can't slay them with a stake through the heart, you might be able to manage these vampires more easily with the help of a smart power strip. Traditional power strips are an affordable way to expand the number of electrical outlets in your home. But their convenience can encourage you to leave electronics plugged in all the time -- and many devices keep drawing power even when you're not using them.
When it's cold outside, you'll do just about anything to stay warm, especially if you don't have central heating. Blankets and sweaters can only do so much, so you turn to the trusted space heater to keep you nice and toasty. But space heaters should always be used with a little bit of caution, and that includes considering where you plug them in. For instance, you should never plug your space heater into a power strip.