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Charging hub

Keep all your devices organized and charged with a convenient charging hub. Explore top options for a clutter-free and efficient charging experience.
Hidden Charging Station Ideas, Electronics Charging Station Ideas, Charging Station Drawer, Electronic Charging Station, Computer Station, Charging Hub, Docking Station, Charging Stations, Organization Station

Get inspired by browsing our collection of project pictures to see how others are improving the functionality of their space by incorporating a Docking Drawer hidden electrical outlet into their kitchen, bathroom, office or other interior drawer space.

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Mrs. Tonika Lubin
UNIQUE DESIGN -- Packs a lot of power to your desktop with 8-Amp/40-Watt USB+AC Power Hub - 5-USB + 2-AC Ports. Plug in up to 2-A/C appliances (laptops, desk lamps, printers, etc) along with up to 5 USB powered gadgets  THE ONLY ONE PLUG SOLUTION ON THE MARKET -- Our Unique design only needs one outlet to charge up to 7 devices (including 2 A/C).  RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL USE -- Our Hub can be found in some of the top 4 stars and Usb Gadgets, Cool Gadgets, Desktop Gadgets, Hub Usb, Smartphone Gadget, Digital Gadgets, Cool Electronics, Usb Charging Station, Electronic Gifts

UNIQUE DESIGN -- Packs a lot of power to your desktop with 8-Amp/40-Watt USB+AC Power Hub - 5-USB + 2-AC Ports. Plug in up to 2-A/C appliances (laptops, desk lamps, printers, etc) along with up to 5 USB powered gadgets THE ONLY ONE PLUG SOLUTION ON THE MARKET -- Our Unique design only needs one outlet to charge up to 7 devices (including 2 A/C). RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL USE -- Our Hub can be found in some of the top 4 stars and

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Great Useful Stuff
Desktop embedded USB hub Dremel Multi Max, Desk Hacks, Diy Desk, Usb Hub, Embedding, A Table, Desktop, Electronic Products, Scrap

Wires, wires everywhere. I don't like looking at wires, wires everywhere. Even though I have a USB hub, it's a bit of an eyesore sitting on top of my desk, plugged into devices up top, and my computer down below. I decided it was time to embed the hub directly into the surface of the desk. Using the Dremel Multi-Max to plunge-cut the wood desktop, I fit the USB hub into the desk, and attached the hub to the underside using brackets. It's now stable, stylish, and out of the way.

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Jim Mallon