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This review is from: APC LE1200 6.5' 680 joule 1200VA Automatic Voltage Regulator
Pros: Works as intended. 4-plugs. No problems.
Items plugged into it: 40"LED TV, 32" LCD TV, Gaming CPU (750 watt Power Supply), and a printer.
see "other thoughts"
Cons: no cons. maybe another plug or 2?
Other Thoughts: I bought this to help regulate the voltage in a room that has a refrigerator on the same breaker. I mainly bought it for my CPU to save my hard drives if the refrigerator takes too much voltage turning on and off.
I contacted APC after purchase to ask a couple questions on why my T.V. would still blink (not as bad as it was without this voltage regulator) when the refrigerator would kick on. They replied back the next day and explained I would need the voltage regulator with a battery to solve the blinking T.V. " I would probably suggest a UPS with AVR for your television. This way when the refrigerator kicks on, the UPS would switch to battery power if the input voltage were to drop below the range for the AVR settings of the UPS and eliminate the blink you would be seeing."
I run programs on my CPU monitoring the voltage to each device and after I plugged the CPU into this unit my voltage stopped spiking.
This unit solved my voltage issue with my CPU, and helped with the TV blinking.
This review is from: Planet Audio PB252BK Wireless Bluetooth Speaker (Black)
Pros: Loud, Crisp, Portable.
Other Thoughts: Bought this as a gift for my wife, and I think I have used it more! Great sound, and easily connects. I currently have a Windows Surface tablet and a Galaxy S4 Cell phone connecting for music in our workout room.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It truly is silent. No more clicks, and also gives you the same feeling as a normal mouse click.
Plug and play with windows 7.
Cons: It is still only a mid range quality mouse.
Other Thoughts: I bought this mouse for when I'm up late on the computer and my wife is sleeping in the same room. Works perfectly. She does not hear the clicks anymore.
I keep 2 mouse's hooked up to my rig at all times, I just swap out the noiseless one when I need too.
I currently use a gaming (loud clicks)mouse Razer Lachesis. High quality and twice the price as the JSCO silent one. I like my razer Lachesis better for quality and overall game play, but for late night playing and not waking anyone up, the JSCO silent mouse is a good substitute. AND remember, you can keep 2 mouse's connected simultaneously on most CPU's, so it is extremely easy to swap back and forth.