I found it and then ran my PC through it for some time...until, one day (while unplugging a portable radio), a casual bump resulted in a momentary short between active and neutral, resulting in a bright flash (but fortunately nothing more dramatic) and tripping the house circuit breaker. Thankfully, I had brought both of the Arista SPB 1s home by then, so used one of them as the replacement.
Incidentally, there's been a recall of this power-board (or possibly a newer revision). At https://www.recalls.gov.au/content/index.phtml/itemId/1063847
is a 4-outlet version, and there have been several other similar recalls at around the same time. So I take that this is a store-branded product (not that all
store-branded items are crap, of course, although many are).
I then took a second unit that I found home to destroy it (with a hammer). I thought to do a crude flame-test on one fragment of the casing using a match, and it was at least self-extinguishing, although I didn't test for ignition of tissue paper. (I could try again using the first unit, though, if you want me to.)
Note that warning on the back, and also the circuit breaker (pulled from the second unit after smashing the casing) - talk about globalisation!