Cons: Unit ran ~ 1 year supplying power to a router and 2 modems (~36W), which in my situation is critical because I have VIoP and Web through it. We did have a power outage and my 550VA went dead when I needed! It was the battery but no alarms nor notifications occurred prior to AC outage. So, before ...
Summary: I probably should have paid for either a better unit or just taken my chances with our power glitches. But this was my first time to buy a UPS for home use. So glad NewEgg had an order history, as it didn't come with any paperwork when purchased.
Pros: It worked well enough for a year.. Provided enough power to keep the computer up for the half hour needed to finish compiling on one occasion, so that's good.
Cons: Died almost exactly one year after purchase. Just quit for no reason. Turned it off for a weekend and when I got back home, it was stone dead. And of course, I have to pay the shipping for this heavy battery to go home.
Pros: The price. Not expensive at all. So far, it's doing what it's supposed to do. Keeps my computer/router running when the power blinks.
Cons: Since I installed this, the entire room stinks of that burning plastic/electronics smell. I know that's pretty typical of a new UPS out of the box, but this one is pretty strong and has been going on for a few days. It's not like I'm putting a heavy load on it or anything. Will probably replace t...
Summary: This device should come with a warning that it is not suitable for use with computers. CyberPower should come with suitable calculation guidance for proper wattage. I have ONLY my computer in the battery side (one plug) and it is sitting at 185 WATTS with my computer idle.
Summary: Not super waste of money, but I would not buy CyberPower again.
Pros: UPS, strong cable. Still operational
Cons: Had a server with a 1000 watt supply. When I started doing SQL stuff and started using the CPUs/GPU, well the voltage wasn't enough and surge protector shut off. Moved to my personal PC thats less power hungry (870 watt PSU), worked fine. Upgrade SDDs and the WEI that activated my video card, mad...