Summary: Bought three of these 2 1/2 years ago. One just died and for the price that is a decent life span. I wasn't really monitoring the battery so it may have actually gone bad even earlier. By bad I mean not even enough battery life to power a computer long enough to shut down. Replacement batteries are cheap.
Pros: Good life span, very reasonable price, good spacing between plugs, heavy duty cord.
Cheap fix, but it will only last a couple of months
Carlos M., Newegg
24 January 2013
Summary: You get what you pay for.
Pros: Price and design.
Cons: It has a 30-day warranty. Enough for the manufacturer, as mine did not make it to the 4-month. Did not even fool with their warranty, as I knew I was going to get Junk from them anyways. The problem is not the battery, it's the device itself, if i could at least use it as a Power Strip, but not even that, once it dies, it literally won't even work plugged straight into an outlet as a Power Strip.
Pros: I have been using this UPS for over a year to provide battery backup to a Dell Optiplex workstation with two dual 23" monitors. There have been several power failures and all equipment has remained on.
Summary: SO far this has been one of the best purchases i have made it performs well and i haven't had even a little bit of trouble with it the UPS series is one of the best battery backup surge protectors for the price range you can buy.
Summary: Cyberpower website has all the Linux driver (64bit and 32bit) for this UPS. Instructions are very easy. This little UPS protecting my Linux home server. I have it configured to turn down the server after 3 minutes of power failure. The power went out today and UPS turn off my server after 3 minutes. I am happy, this unit does work.
Pros: Price, i got this for $38 after using newegg coupon. Small so it fits anywhere. Doesn't heat up. Excellent Linux support from Cyberpower website.
Summary: Any UPS is better than none but for price, this has more VoltAmp or Joules. That means more load (more devices or more time) till dead battery, so compare accordingly. UPS has saved my systems more than I can say & without UPS, power spikes have damaged 3 systems. Use them or lose all the saved data as well as the hardware.
Summary: Living and working in South Florida during the summer storm season is a challenge with technology. These UPS have never let me down. In the past month alone, I have had to replace 3 OTHER UPS models from other manufacturers, and 2 PC's. Everything plugged into these have been saved from outages and surges without damage. The 3 other UPS models have been replaced with this model.
Summary: Bought 5 of these to use for PCs at work. We had some older ones and they were old and not working so well anymore so we got these. They have 8 total outlets, 4 for battery backup/surge and 4 just surge. These replaced the older ones with just 6 total outlets.
Pros: Works great
Cons: None removable battery? (Granted they are so cheap i'd just buy new ones again anyways :) )