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The trip to Vegas was full of gear usage, running around exhaustedly and of course introspection as I always look back on trips like this and give a good thought to what gadgets I took with me.  Guess what my most-used gadget was?  No, it wasn’t […]

Monster_20outlets_20to_20go_20003The trip to Vegas was full of gear usage, running around exhaustedly and of course introspection as I always look back on trips like this and give a good thought to what gadgets I took with me.  Guess what my most-used gadget was?  No, it wasn’t the venerable HTC Advantage that let us live-blog from the show floor and no, it wasn’t the HP 2710p which let me do anything I needed to do no matter where I was, even encoding video on the run.  Nope, it was the one thing that stays in my travel bag no matter what else I switch out.  It is the Monster Outlets to Go power strip that I find incredibly useful to take on every single trip I take.  It is simply perfectly designed to do what I need for power.  Thanks Marc!  ‘Nuff said.

  1. JK…
    It’s very cool to have you in the saddle again. When I’m back down there I expect to hoist a nonfat soy, decaf no whip with you…while we swap stories about Big Oil – in our veins.

    You are spot on re: the MOG powerstrip. I was in Seattle while you were kicking back in the ER. Honoring longstanding hospitality tradtion my hotel room had, like, two outlets, playfully blocked by the nightstand and a 3-quarter ton TV/microwave/mini-fridge Mediterranean-style press-board hutch. Out came the gizmo bag. Flattening my frame like Reed Richards I wedged the MOG in behind the hutch, nudging it into the outlet by fingertip-fu. The body of the powerstrip was just in the clear. All was grooviness.

    Thank you Marc, indeed – I heard of it here first. And thank you James.
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