Pros: Whats to say it has 16 outlets and it's a power strip.. It's huge and has a really long cord (might cut that down to size.
Cons: Man if it only had 17 outlets.. and more flashy lights.
Pros: Solid construction, long power cord, works like a charm.
Cons: Would have been nice if zip ties were included. The power cable is massive.
Pros: These things are so great, mounted to the wall all my cords are not a jumble of wires anymore. Bought 2, thinking 48 outlets would be more then enough. Well time to buy 2 more. outlets are spaced just right, for large plug heads. switch makes thing easy to shut down the things you don't want running all the time.
Cons: NONE (except 15 foot cord with wall-plug below 48 outlets, but next outlet 15 feet away so also good)
Overall Review: Just all great with these, use to have 10 different power strips all bunched together wires everywhere, now organised. Time for me to buy 2more.. no really its time for more outlets..only have three left to fill..
Pros: Absolutely amazing, fits perfectly in my Apex rack.
Cons: None so far
Pros: I have a large number of computers and monitors connected all in the same room. This product allowed me to cleanup the ratsnest of wires and connect everything to one strip.
This made it possible to route all the power through my P3 Kill A Watt(available on newegg) to monitor my total power usage.
The included plastic socket caps for unused sockets was also a nice touch.
Cons: Didn't include a meter, but like I said just use a Kill A Watt
Overall Review: The packaging includes mounting hardware for mounting to a wall or table top which I didn't use. These may be usefull to some people.
Pros: Covered power switch, plenty of outlets, solid construction.
Cons: Cable is WAY too long and had to be shortened, but if you do not have a power supply close by, it is perfect.
Overall Review: What else can you say other then it's a great power strip. We use them for our equipment racks and they are perfect. The length and durability make them perfect for tall racks. I like the covered switch which prevents accidental switching, also the aluminum frame makes them solid and you can expect they won't fall off the rack.
Pros: 1) Outlets are nicely spaced, only the largest of wall warts will block two outlets.
2) Power switch is blocked from accidental turn off.
Cons: 1) The cord is VERY thick, which I understand, but it makes positioning it without bolting the thing down hard. Which, I might add, is what I did!
Overall Review: I'd recommend it, as usual Newegg managed to ship it to me about 24 minutes after I hit the order button. I think they've perfected Quantum slipstream technology or something..
Pros: - lots of plugs
- protected on/off-switch
- sturdy metal casing
- 15 feet long cable
- mounting brackets are solid and easy to use
- circuit breaker
- great warranty
Cons: - I wish there would be an option for a TrippLite that has the plus 90 degrees rotated (see overall review below)
- for some applications, the 15 foot long cable is just too long, there are no options for a unit with a shorter cable.
- for the longer power strips (16+ plugs), it would be nice to have extra mounting brackets as the weight of the strip increases a lot, especially with many power adapters on the strip
Overall Review: Basically this is one of the best power strips you can get. There is a reason these are used at concerts and other events. TrippLite is an excellent brand and you get a great warranty on top of it. For full protection, plug these strips into a surge protector and your gear should be good. The one issue I have is that the plugs are really close together. Many adapters do not fit besides each other, something that could easily be resolved if TrippLite would offer a version with the plugs turned for about 45-90 degrees. The 15 feet long cable is awesome as you can roll your rig around in your place without worrying where the nearest wall socket is (I have my 16-plug TrippLite mounted beneathmy Fredde computer desk from Ikea). If you have a large computer desk which is solid enough to carry one of these strips, get one. It really helps with cable management and is useful for many other things in the house. You can easily run these off your garage power plugs and power whatever you want to run in your garden etc., just make sure the strip does not get wet. The larger units also come with some plug covers, unfortunately not enough to cover all 16 plugs in my case.