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Pros: works beautifully for the first couple months
Cons: screen is constantly turning off intermittently. It has become unusable
Other Thoughts: This is the first product I've ever bought that I've had buyer's remorse over. I wish I had paid closer attention to the negative reviews of this item before purchasing, because only 3 1/2 months after purchasing, the phone began to fail.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: LED display is very handy, nice to see how many kwh are being used with everything plugged in. I unplugged the power cord to the UPS, it didn't miss a beat. Everything plugged into it was running fine.
Cons: Lightning strike (I assume, as the thunderclap and flash were quite large) caused brownout/surge which took out the whole house momentarily -- including my computer which was hooked up properly and only running at 28% capacity. I realize that surge protection can only do so much, especially against lightning strikes, but its still quite disappointing.
Other Thoughts: Thought it quite strange that the very next day after I received the UPS a lightning storm would come in to test it XD. Still not entirely sure how I feel about returning this and getting a new one. Although I doubt even heavy duty commercial UPS would stand up to a direct lightning strike...READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very fast, piece of cake to install. Just about as expected.
Cons: Included fan is abysmally loud. Its slightly less loud than having a vacuum cleaner running right next to my PC.
Other Thoughts: I was naive enough to think, "oh, my motherboard is AM2+ it should work without any hassle" and so when I first booted up it was only running at 800mhz and was "Unknown processor". A simple search for my motherboard and updated BIOS was enough to get it running at proper speed.READ FULL REVIEW