Bluelounge Portiko Power Strip

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

All gadgets have one thing in common; they need to be charged. With everyone owning a smartphone these days, that means it can be difficult to find power outlets. BlueLounge’s Portiko offers up a solution that will help you keep a full battery on all of your mobile gizmos.

Portiko is a 6-foot extension cable that has been outfitted with two additional 110V power outlets and two USB ports. That means you can charge up to 4 of your own devices at the same time, or share the love with friends and strangers in your local vicinity. The perfect power hub for areas like airport lounges, shared workspaces and the likes, it also includes a self-adhesive metal plate that allows you to set up a more permanent charging station in your home or office. Choose from either white or blue, with a retail price of $25. [Purchase]

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