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Accell PowerSquid Surge Protector Preview

by December 27, 2010
Accell PowerSquid Surge Protector

Accell PowerSquid Surge Protector

Accell, a provider of premium audio/video and computer accessories, today announced the addition of surge protected PowerSquid models to the company’s line of PowerSquid products, an alternative design to a traditional rigid surge protector.  Accell’s award-winning PowerSquid models will be showcased at CES from Jan. 6-9, 2011, at Booth #20325.

The PowerSquid power outlet multiplier and surge protectors easily convert one grounded outlet into five grounded, adapter ready outlets.  The varying lengths of the PowerSquid’s arms provide increased reach and flexibility, allowing each outlet to be readily positioned for convenient use.  The built-in surge protection defends connected devices against power surges, protecting sensitive electronics, and will also stop sending power to the connected devices if the surge protection is no longer functioning.

“The PowerSquid surge protectors are the perfect companion for all of your electronics. Their new fail-safe design protects connected equipment if the surge protection function is rendered inoperable by a power surge.  The PowerSquid continues to evolve with new features and functionality.”

- Michael Weizer, director of marketing, Accell

The PowerSquid power outlet multiplier and surge protectors comprise a broad line of PowerSquid products to be marketed by Accell.  The PowerSquid products are manufactured under license from Trident Design, LLC.

About Accell
Accell Corporation is focused on the design, manufacture and delivery of affordable, high quality accessories for the audio/video, mobile device and computer markets.  Accell produces high quality and innovative products by combining the low cost benefits of a global manufacturer and the design capabilities of a Silicon Valley based engineering and marketing team.  Accell is a member of CEDIA and CEA.  For more information, please visit our Web site at http://www.accellcables.com and follow us on Twitter at @AccellCables.

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