The Annquan Power Strip solves the problem with devices receiving power even when off by providing individual switches for each of its six outlets. It’s a great solution to a very real problem.
The Annquan further differentiates itself by positioning each of its six outlets horizontally, rather than vertically. While this was likely done in deference to the top-mounted switches, it does help larger power bricks fit better.
There’s nothing in the box other than the power strip itself, which is a bit strange. There’s no documentation of any kind, not even a warranty statement. That’s OK, though, because I doubt many people would bother with a warranty replacement on this product anyway even if its modest 600 joules of surge protection gets overloaded. It’s an inexpensive enough price to simply buy another.
I received the white version, but it’s also available in black. It’s a slick design with a lightweight aluminum alloy body that can also be mounted thanks to some small keyhole slots (mounting hardware not included). The individual power switches are a bit mushy, but they do work, although a more premium feel here would have gone a long way to really making this a top product.
Overall, this is a good product at the right price. It’s a clever solution to a very real problem and one I’ll be making full use of.