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This review is from: TRIPP LITE OMNI1500LCDT 1500 VA 810 W 10 Outlets UPS
Pros: -Easy to read LCD
-Plug and play
-Lots of outlets
Cons: -Not a fan of the java based software
Other Thoughts: A nice unit with a good amount of outlets. You'll still run into the usual issue of covering outlets if you have wall-warts you want on the UPS. The LCD display on the front displays just the right amount of information, and is easy to read. Battery arrived fully charged, just had to plug it into the wall, then plug in devices, and I was good to go.
The only possible downside with this unit is the related software, its java based and it feels really clunky compared to APC's software. It gets the job done, and has a good amount of features, I just don't like the interface.
This review is from: P3 Kill A Watt Electricity Load Meter and Monitor
Pros: -Measurements seem accurate.
-Easy enough that a two year old could use it.
Cons: -None noted
Other Thoughts: Bought this so I could see what a small lab rack at home was drawing as far as wattage. Does its job as it is intended to do.
Instant satisfaction by unplugging something, or tinkering with the power settings on devices.
This review is from: IronKey Basic S250 4 GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive
Pros: Easy to use. No software to install. Built very well, can tell this can probably take abuse with no issues. Read and wtite speed and good for an encrypted drive. Control panel software is well designed.
Comes with an aircraft cable like carrying loop, great for belt loops or anything really.
Cons: None noted so far.
Other Thoughts: Overall very happy with this purchase. Iron key has always been a trusted name in secure portable storage, but this is the first of their products that I have owned. The durability of the drive case is very apparent and definetly one of the main pros for this drive. Read and write speed are also fantastic compared to some other encrypted drives of similar stature.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Anthony B.
Date Joined: 10/13/09
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