With our life filling with smart devices, all which depend on a daily charge of energy via the included USB cable, it only makes sense that power outlets would come prepared with the appropriate ports. FastMac's U-Socket takes care of that and so much more.
Did you know that even when appliances are turned off or on standby mode, most are still using some electricity? Often referred to as "vampire drain", this standby power drains approximately 5% of all US energy consumption which is equivalent to taking 120,000 cars off the road or the total electricity consumed by entire country of Italy in a year.
U-Socket's built-in smart sensor automatically detects required wattage and only outputs power when it's needed and shuts off when it's fully charged. So stop the energy waste and start saving money. It's good for the environment, and it's good for your wallet too!
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