Powerstrip?

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A powerstrip is a block of electrical plugs, or circuits. These powerstrips allow for numerous devices to be plugged into it while only using one plug hole in a wall outlet. Many powerstrips have an additional 6-8 outlets in them. They also help protect electronic devices from power surges. Power surges are literally surges of power that are capable of destroying motherboards that are essential for these devices to perform. Powerstrips can be purchased at local hardware stores, Walmart, Kmart, Target, and even some local dollar stores.
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