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  • Denise Hall

    Good idea. Fastmac U-Socket USB/Power Outlet: The two USB ports are USB 3.0-compliant, have 12W of total charging power and are rated at 2.1A. via macithelp Find it here , $19.95 #USB_Power_Outlet #Fastmac #macithelp

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