Review: CyberPower Sinewave UPS 1350VA

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This came packaged nicely and works great so far. I chose this because it has just enough capacity and runtime for my Dell Precision T3500, monitor, and a wireless access point. It also meets the requirement set forth by Dell in their tech specs for this T3500: “The Dell Precision T3500 uses a very efficient Active Power Factor Correction (APFC) power supply. Dell recommends only Universal Power Supplies (UPS) based on Sine Wave output for APFC PSUs, not an approximation of a Sine Wave, Square Wave or quasi-Square Wave”. I also liked the surge suppressor/clean power feature. The display on the front is pretty sweet looking. This thing is heavy – it feels like a whole lot of battery inside there. Even if it’s sand or a boat anchor inside there, the weight inspires a feeling of confidence.

CyberPower CP1350PFCLCD PFC Sinewave UPS 1350VA 810W PFC Compatible Mini-Tower