MTE Deals: Revogi Smart Power Strip

From appliances to accessories, everything seems to have a smart version these days. If you’re in the market for an energy- and money-saving power strip (or just a way to regulate your home electronics), check out today’s deal: the Revogi Smart Power Strip.

Revogi Smart Power Strip

Revogi Smart Power Strip

This power strip connects to your WiFi network and lets you control your electronics from anywhere via a mobile app (Android or iOS). You’ll be able to control up to six different devices remotely and see their energy use in real-time.

Revogi Smart Power Strip mobile app

You can set schedules to turn off appliances or devices that aren’t in use. This is a great way to save money on your electric bill because you can base your schedules on off-peak hours. You can also turn off appliances that are in use, for instance, a video game system that is distracting your child from doing his homework.

Whenever you see an appliance or device getting out of hand, you can simply power it off without moving from your seat – or without even being at home.

Revogi Smart Power Strip

Bonus: ChugPlug Portable Macbook Power Pack

ChugPlug Portable Macbook Power Pack

It’s never fun having your Macbook die on you and not being anywhere near an outlet. This is why you should always have a backup – in case of an emergency. That’s where the ChugPlug portable Macbook power pack really comes in handy. It’s an external battery that will give you a consistent three to four hours of charge for your Macbook.

Give Your Macbook Up to 4 Hours of Extra Run Time, No Extra Cables Needed

The ChugPlug can charge both the Macbook Air (11″ and 13″) and 13″ Macbook Pros. It conveniently connects to your MagSafe adapter – no cables necessary. You definitely shouldn’t be without one of these. At 35% off, it’s worth the price.

ChugPlug Portable Macbook Power Pack

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One comment

  1. “This power strip connects to your WiFi network”
    Anything connected by WiFi is inherently insecure. If you can control your devices using a smartphone, so can the hackers.

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