For anyone who owns a lot of tech gear, having as many outlet options as possible is essential to keeping them all fully charged. Recently, BESTEK reached out to have one of their power strips reviewed, which I was happy to jump on. Two years ago, I reviewed their 8-outlet power strip and it’s still the primary outlet I use for my computer. I haven’t had a single problem with it since then, so when they offered for me to check out this cube mountable power strip, I was happy to try it out and see if it would have the same quality as the previous one.
Overview of the BESTEK cube power strip
Each of the outlets on this power strip is facing different directions, which can help save room for your devices. Most of us have tried to use crowded outlets only to realize most chargers don’t fit well together, especially big, bulky ones like laptop chargers. There are three outlets, three USB charging ports, and one USB-C port. I’ve had multiple things plugged into each of the outlets and haven’t run into a problem yet with charging speeds slowing down or it being overloaded.. To turn on the USB and USB-C port, you simply push the button on the top to turn them on.
The USB ports will put out the most suitable power for your device, which can save your devices. Note: The USB-C port does not work with devices higher than 15W. That includes a Macbook, Macbook Pro, iPad Pro, Pixel 3/3 XL, and more. Be sure to check your device before just plugging it in.
The bottom of the BESTEK cube power strip comes off so you can mount it anywhere you need to. There are screws and adhesives that come with the power strip so you can attach it anywhere. This can be particularly helpful if you need your outlets in a more accessible place without having to reach on the floor or behind your furniture to plug something in.
- 3 outlets
- 3 USB ports
- 1 USB-C port
- The USB-C port does not work with devices higher than 15W. That includes a Macbook, Macbook Pro, iPad Pro, Pixel 3/3 XL, and more
- Comes with mountable bottom
- USB ports detect output for the right power
- Short circuit, overload, and overvoltage protection