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FastMac U-Socket now shipping out to the world, making it a better place

Vlad Savov
January 17, 2011
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Celebrate, oh U-Socket faithful, for thy object of convenient desire has finally started shipping. FastMac's wall socket that serves up a pair of standard 110V power outlets alongside two USB juice ports is today taking the final steps to reaching its expectant owners' homes. Confirmation emails have been sent out to those who ordered earliest (we've got one for your perusal after the break) and the retail site promises a three- to four-week delivery time for orders placed today. The price is still just under $20, while the utility of being able to plug your USB device directly into the wall has probably never been higher.

[Thanks, Gareth]


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Thank you for placing an order with us! Your order is being processed by TrackVantage, our Sales and Service tracking system.

The current status of your order is: Shipped

Your order was shipped via USPS on 1/17/2011 with tracking number 9101nnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
You can track the status of this order by logging in to the shipper's web site. Please note that tracking information may not be available immediately.

Thank you again for shopping with us.

FastMac











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