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This review is from: CyberPower Intelligent LCD Series CP1500AVRLCD 1500VA 900W 8 Outlets UPS
Pros: The simulated sine wave is a nice feature, and it works. Most PSU now have active PFC, so sine wave was a must, even if its simulated (not quite sure what that really means, but it works). I pulled the plug on the unit and my pc stayed on just fine. I have owned a few cyberpower units, and they have always been great (knock on wood).
Cons: None that I have ever found on any unit I own
Other Thoughts: If you have a power supply in your PC that has active power factor correction, you wont have any issue with these units as backups. I have a EVGA 750 GQ, and a MSI power supply. Both have PFC and these units keep the machines running after power failureREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: NETGEAR R7000 Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band Wireless Gigabit Smart Home Router
Pros: Great router. just following up my previous review
Cons: The genie app will kill your internet speeds. I along with my brother own this router, and the app kills his and my internet after about 6 hours or so (it varies). It doesn't kill it completely, but will slow down your speeds DRASTICALLY. I go from 120mbit down to 10mbit down. Thats pretty drastic. I go from 12mbit up to 2mbit up. If you shutdown the app on your computer, everything will return to normal. I just wanted to post this to help any who may have an issue or are considering this router. Dont install the genie app, its mostly useless anyways. if you need to configure the router, just log into it in your browserREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: AT&T CL2909 Corded Phone
Pros: its white and its cheap. Sound quality is fine. its a desktop telephone
Cons: Another reviewer said it takes 2 AA batteries when it actually takes 4 AA batteries. I didnt know this when I bought it. Nothing but the handset will work unless you put batteries in it. The speaker phone dont work, or any of the display without the 4 batteries. If you are fine with replacing batteries, then this phone will do the job. My only gripe is the batteries and the really short cord they give you for the handset. You will most certainly want a longer one, unless you want to sit back in your seat and drag the phone off the desk. Also, the LCD screen is not backlitREAD FULL REVIEW