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  • 1000VA / 600W Pure Sine Wave UPS
  • 10 Outlets with USB and Serial Ports
  • AVR & GreenPower UPS
  • EMI/RFI Filters
  • Multifunction LCD Display
  • Reduced Fan Operation
  • Tamper-Proof Power Button
  • Audible Alarms
  • USB Connectivity
  • RJ-11/RJ-45 and Coax RG6 Protection
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I've been using this exact version for 2.5 years and it works fine with Windows 10.

For anyone interested in how long this will last, I have the following products attached to mine for comparison:
- Netgear router
- Two 23" IPS HD monitors
- Homemade PC with a 750 watt 80+Silver power supply, 2 HDD, 1 SSD, 16GB RAM, an i5-6600 processor, and an Nvidia GTX 950

Under normal working conditions, the management software says I'm good for about 35 mins. When I specifically set it to use as much power as possible (burn in software to max the CPU/GPU, plus multiple disk operations), it still estimated about 12 mins. With the screens off and the computer idle, it estimates 45-55 mins.

As for "real world" tests, mine has lasted through several 30-40 minute blackouts without a hitch, even when I was using it. One overnight blackout was several hours long and the management software shut down my PC gracefully at 50 minutes (it is set to do so when there is less than 5 mins of power remaining). So the estimates it makes seem pretty accurate.
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is the mobile $10 off $50 on Android still alive?
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is the mobile $10 off $50 on Android still alive?
Android promo ended at the end of January.
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The Cyberpower 1350va/810w was $100 at my Costco

edit: Product info - https://www.cyberpowersystems.com...cst135xlu/
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The Cyberpower 1350va/810w was $100 at my Costco
Are you sure that was pure sine and not simulated?
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Are you sure that was pure sine and not simulated?
Its this one:
https://www.cyberpowersystems.com...cst135xlu/
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Its this one:
https://www.cyberpowersystems.com...cst135xlu/
That one is simulated sinewave, this post is pure sinewave. There is a difference for those who need/want pure sinewave, and pure sinewave units are generally always more expensive than simulated. But $100 is a good deal on that simulated as well for those not in need of pure sinewave.
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Its this one:
https://www.cyberpowersystems.com...cst135xlu/

That is a stepped simulated sine wave and not a true sine wave like the OP
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Didn't B&H have the 1500 one for $120?
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That one is simulated sinewave, this post is pure sinewave. There is a difference for those who need/want pure sinewave, and pure sinewave units are generally always more expensive than simulated. But $100 is a good deal on that simulated as well for those not in need of pure sinewave.
What are the differences between the two?
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One comment on B&H mentioned, "Not compatible with Windows 10" Anyone have this know? Is it worth it?
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1000VA, pretty low capacity for hooking up a higher end PC, which is about the only thing most people need a pure sine wave for. This UPS is good for two things - tolerating flickering power/brownouts, or shutting down the computer properly in a power outage. Don't expect it to keep you gaming for an hour with the power out.
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Looks like a decent amount of shill reviews on Amazon. Read the 1-Star reviews - multiple mentions of units smoking/smoldering, yikes.
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1000VA, pretty low capacity for hooking up a higher end PC, which is about the only thing most people need a pure sine wave for. This UPS is good for two things - tolerating flickering power/brownouts, or shutting down the computer properly in a power outage. Don't expect it to keep you gaming for an hour with the power out.
The first half of your comments is borderline ridiculous, most people will use it for what you stated in the last part about keeping it on for a few minutes to able to shut down is most correct I have this is plenty for most computers even small servers to keep running for 5 to 10 minutes and most likely average computers up to 30.
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I would have broke it down in the quote but I'm on mobile driving so we'll just have to deal with it as stated.

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let me add to this I'm a delivery driver and I check for messages in between stops, as I stop in between deliveries that is I checked and reply to messages and emails thus also commenting on Slickdeals as needed.

more correctly I should state that I am working and don't have time to do the research into long-drawn-out post to show the facts.
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