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    Have you tried finding a power strip or surge protector in a brick-and-mortar store lately? The choices are slim and expensive, and they're outdated too. One of the main ways people power up electronics these days is with a USB cable, but good luck finding a power strip in-store that has a USB port on it. On the other hand, Amazon has a good selection available from various manufacturers, though most aren't cheap. Today however, Aukey's USB Power Strip is on sale for just $13.79 when you enter promo code 6H2NOLFB during checkout. The code saves you nearly $10 off its regular cost there and brings this power strip a few dollars lower than it's ever reached without a code.
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    09-27-2019 01:00 PM

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