Kensington Guardian 7-Outlet Surge ProtectorSurge Protectors
7 x AC Power - 540 J - View Complete Details
Product Number: SYNX4082132
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Kensington Guardian 7-Outlet Surge Protector - Trust Kensington to provide reliable surge protection for your valuable electronics like laptops, TVs and printers. With a 6-foot cord, the Guardian 7-Outlet Premium Surge Protector provides a traditional amount of length to plug in away from the wall outlet. Your outlet capacity expands with seven adapter-style plugs available on the power strip, with 540 joules of surge dissipation to protect your devices from damaging spikes. A green indicator light lets you know you're protected and there's also a $10,000 equipment warranty.View Product Specs
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