"Most power strips are just very basic boring bulky boxes, but this company is charging that actually made power strips that actually complement your desk rather than be an eyeshore."
”This included a 65W USB-C port right there. In comparison, my MacBook Pro includes a 45W charger, which is this giant box you see, so now whenever I want to charge my MacBook Pro, instead of having to carry around this box and plug it in, all I gotta do is bring my USB cord."
"PowerCloud comes in a white gloss plastic casing which has a fitting cloud-like appearance. There are black accents on the unit as well as a small touch of green."
"Cables can also be routed behind the PowerCloud once they're plugged into the outlets, allowing for organization and hiding. I found this complete kit also fits perfectly into a computer setup due to its modern technical appearance."
"This is basically a very fancy power extension hub where you can go ahead and plug in a bunch of your devices and it's going to charge them all very fast and all at the same time, and it does look pretty, stylish as well. ”
"This is gonna look so good on my desks or if you want to use it on your bedside or in your office anywhere, it's probably gonna look so good. "
"Smartphones are no more coming with charging bricks. This is the best option because you don't want to buy so many charging bricks. You just buy this one and you have Type-C on it. It can charge smartphones, laptops, tablets, smart watches and earbuds. "
"It's running out of IO connectively to charge all of my Apple accessories. PowerCloud provides you with an all-in-one power solution. I'm gonna consider this the best companion for all of my Apple needs."
"The USB-C port is 65W, which is the exact wattage that I would need for the Mackbook Pro brick that I got being the 65W that comes default with the 14 inch."
"You can connect any device and have it charging multiple of your devices and I like the fact that it looks good on top of your desk so you can have it on the corner of your desk and just plug in a bunch of different devices. Probably you want to organize the cables a little bit, then use PowerCloud."