Tuesday, September 18, 2012

USB seems to be the replacement plug of the future but until homes are built with a USB port in the wall, you’ll still need adapters to charge your plethora of devices. Sadly, many of those adapters are large, bulky, and ugly.  Today Staechi takes the ugh out of that and brings beauty and versatility to your adapter.  The cute little green receptacles has a slot for your USB cable along with a few holes for your 110 plug.  Ya, so while you’re charging your smartphone or such, you’re not wasting a spot for something like your lamp.  Bonus, there’s a light on the plug to let you know that the built-in surge protector is, well, protecting! Take a read below for all the details.

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SAN DIEGO – Sept. 18, 2012 – Satechi, a leading mobile accessories manufacturer, is pleased to announce the availability of its new Compact USB Surge Protector.  The invaluable surge protector features one grounded outlet and a 1 amp USB port to charge most smartphones and other electronics while protecting them from potential electrical spikes and surges.



The Compact USB Surge Protector features a sleek lime green and white design with a LED indicator which illuminates when the surge protector is providing sufficient protection to the connected electronic devices.  The surge protector is small enough to conveniently fit into any backpack, purse or laptop bag allowing users to keep all electronic devices safe while on the go.



The Satechi Compact USB Surge Protector is available now for $9.99 at Satechi.net and Amazon.com.



For more on the Compact USB Surge Protector and all of Satechi’s award winning products, follow us on Facebook.com/Satechi and @Satechi.



About Satechi:

Established in 2005, Satechi is fully committed to offering unique accessories that people can integrate with their electronics in their homes, cars, and on the go. Satechi offers a broad selection of accessories from FM transmitters, battery chargers and speaker systems to car mounts, stands and keyboards. For more information, please visit www.Satechi.net.

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