Previously, I featured the Ugreen DigiNest Pro Power Strip, which is a 7-in-1 power strip: three AC ports, three USB-C ports, and one USB-A port. The maximum combined output of all the USB ports is 100W.
Ugreen DigiNest Cube is like the younger brother of the Ugreen DigiNest Pro Power Strip. It is also a 7-in-1 power strip. You get the same three AC ports, but instead of three USB-C ports and one USB-A port, you get two USB-C ports and two USB-A ports. The output has also been reduced to 65W.
The four USB ports are located in front.
The three AC ports are on the cube’s top, left, and right.
When using a single port to charge, both USB-C ports can output a max of 65W, while both USB-A ports can output a maximum of 18W.
When multiple ports are in use, you can leave it to the DigiNest Cube for automatic power distribution.
DigiNest Cube has a slightly smaller but taller footprint than the DigiNest Pro.
I like the power cable coming out from the back of the DigiNest Cube instead of the side like the DigiNest Pro. It is easier to align the DigiNest Cube on the table.
I prefer the DigiNest Cube to the DigiNest Pro because of its smaller and cube-like profile, which makes it nice if you place it on your desk. 65W is enough to charge most of your gadgets daily. You can always use any of the three AC ports if you need to charge your laptop using a higher-wattage charger.
If I have to nitpick one thing about the DigiNest Cube, it would be the two USB-A ports. I would have preferred three USB-C ports and one USB-A port, just like the DigiNest Pro.