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ArtieLange said: I've got two of these. I like them If a power brick is plugged into one of the side plugs, does it leave enough clearance for a PSU power cable (with the thick / solid plastic housing) to be plugged into the center row or does it only leave room for a small thin plug like from a lamp or something..?
They have a pretty good amount of space between the plugs but it kind of depends on how big your power brick is. I've got one power brick thats average and one from an air conditioner thats huge so I can't fit a regular plug next to the air conditioner plug but can fit a regular plug next to the normal size brick. The problem I have is if you plug a brick in sometimes it blocks one of the plugs that run down the middle of the unit. Hope that helps
syf3r said: If a power brick is plugged into one of the side plugs, does it leave enough clearance for a PSU power cable (with the thick / solid plastic housing) to be plugged into the center row or does it only leave room for a small thin plug like from a lamp or something..?
I just looked at mine. My PSU is plugged in the middle with a power brick next to it, with still a small amount of space between them.
Yeah I've got some huge power bricks like that air conditioner unit and another one looking at it I don't even know what its going to right now its a mess of cables back there but its to big to plug in a normal plug above it. If you just have normal sized power bricks I think like MokaJava said you should be fine. I have so much stuff In my one room I have 4 surge protectors with things plugged in all of them its a mess of cables.
I have one of these, very well designed, you can actually use all the plugs even if you have six power bricks plugged into the sides. I wish they had a 3-ft one, as 10-ft is just too much for where I need it.
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