New all-in-one solution to powerboards

New all-in-one solution to powerboards
December 10, 2014

Finding a spare powerpoint to plug in a USB device’s charger can be a real hassle. Having to unplug other appliances is a big inconvenience, so as technology has miniaturised, HPM have managed to develop an all-in-one solution which means you don’t have to compromise.

HPM_Powerboard_w_DualUSB_D105PAUSBWE webThe all new USB Powerboards from HPM feature dual USB charging ports which allow you to plug USB devices directly into the Powerboard for added convenience. Available in switched and non switched versions, you can have peace of mind knowing that your electronics are protected by the inbuilt surge protection. The switched version has a total charging rate of 4.2A which means it can charge 2 tablets, 1 tablet and 1 smartphone, or any other combination of USB devices at maximum charging rate. While the non switched powerboard has a total charging rate of 2A which allows it to charge 1 tablet or 2 smartphones simultaneously at maximum charge.

To find out more visit www.hpm.co.nz or visit your favourite hardware retailer to purchase one today.

Latest News

Is your home a healthy home?

September 22, 2017 Healthy Homes; Spring is in the air! With spring in the air, there are also... Read more.

Hex appeal with tiles

September 21, 2017 Design-savvy homeowners are forever on the hunt for that next special touch that will turn... Read more.

Setting the scene in lighting control

September 21, 2017 Simx are proud to launch LUMINOUS TWO, an App controlled interior light fitting, that does... Read more.

Introducing… XCITE

September 21, 2017 The XCITE shower is innovative in its design featuring a ring-shaped configuration that adds a... Read more.

Decorating colour trends for 2018 and beyond – with Resene

September 21, 2017 We get used to seeing fashion trends come and go with the seasons – its... Read more.

FPB - Future Proof Building Principals
Energy Smart Health & Safety Life Cycle Quality Smart & Secure Sound Control Spatial Design Sustainability