October 14, 2008 by Rachel Cericola
Tributaries is ready to round out its line of swiveling power strips—capping everything off with two new models.
The T1 has a single outlet, while the T8 has eight. See how that works? Both include high-current surge protection features. The T8 adds in RFI AC line filtering, which means there’s less of a chance that RF noise will bother the AC supplies of your connected A/V equipment.
Both also have swiveling plugs, which makes it easy to squeeze another power supply into tight spaces or at awkward angles. The T1 turns a full 360 degrees. The T8 has six outlets that turn 180 degrees, with two other fixed jacks. That makes for a nice mixture of cords, twisting in various directions.
The 1,875-watt T8 rates with 2,160 joules, while the 1,500-watt T1 has 202. Both units are available now, with the T1 costing a mere $20 and the T8 priced at $50.
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