Cyberpower Stories October 9

expiredAt 21% off, it’s finally time to grab a UPS with CyberPower’s 750VA $71 model

Amazon offers the CyberPower AVRG750U 750VA 12-Outlet UPS for $70.95 shipped. Also at B&H for the same price. Usually selling for $90, today’s offer is good for a 21% discount, comes within $1.50 of the all-time low and is the second-best we’ve seen this year. These days, there’s really no reason not to have a UPS at the center of your desk or networking setup. CyberPower’s model brings 12 surge-protected outlets alongside a 750VA battery backup. So not only will your gear be safe from electrical surges during storms, but if the power goes out, the internet will stay running too. There’s also automatic voltage regulation to correct minor power fluctuations. Rated 4.2/5 stars from over 390 customers.

Cyberpower Stories October 4

expiredCyberPower’s 750VA 8-Outlet UPS gets its first discount down to $60 ($20 off)

Today only, Best Buy’s official eBay storefront offers the CyberPower 750VA Eight-Outlet SL750U UPS for $59.99 shipped. Also matched as part of Best Buy’s Deals of the Day. Normally selling for $80, today’s offer is one of the first price cuts we’ve seen and marks a new all-time low. Rocking eight outlets, this UPS is a more than capable option for powering everything from your Wi-Fi router to desktop and more when the power goes out. There’s also dual 2.4A USB ports for powering smartphones. It has a simulated sine wave output and can ensure about ten minutes of uptime when drawing half of its 375W capacity. Plus, it has a slim design for fitting into more compact setups. Rated 4.8/5 stars.

Cyberpower Stories September 30

expiredCyberpower Gold Box has backup power for $100, USB surge protectors from $9

Today only, as part of a Gold Box Deals of the Day, Amazon offers surge protection both at the outlet and as part of a big battery backup at lowest-ever prices. First up, if you need battery backup for your Internet connection, Wifi and even a desktop computer, Cyberpower’s CP1350AVRLCD Intelligent LCD UPS System with 1350VA/815W, 10 Outlets, AVR in Mini-Tower form factor is $99.95. That’s $56 off list and the lowest we’ve seen it this year. Next up, turn any outlet into an inexpensive, surge-protected, outlet with 2 USB 2.1A chargers. White 3 outlet is $8.95 or black 6 swivel outlet is now $10.49.

Cyberpower Stories August 15

expiredJust $6.50 gets you CyberPower’s Essential 900J Surge Protector Wall Tap, more

Amazon offers the CyberPower Essential Surge Protector Wall Tap for $6.49 with free shipping for Prime members or on orders over $25. Usually $8, today’s offer drops the price to the lowest it has ever sold for at Amazon. With the ability to fend off up to 900 Joule power surges, CyberPower’s Wall Tap is an essential addition to any charging station. It has a compact and low-profile design that makes it perfect for using behind drawers, nightstands and more. Rated 4.4/5 stars from just under 500 shoppers. Head below for more from $6.

Cyberpower Stories August 8

expiredGrab CyberPower’s 1000VA 9-Outlet UPS at its best price in 2019: $90 ($20 off)

Staples is currently offering the CyberPower CP1000AVRLCD 1000VA Nine-Outlet UPS for $89.95 shipped when code 76091 has been applied at checkout. Note: discount will be applied at final step of checkout process. Normally selling for $110 at Amazon, that’s good for a $20 discount and marks the best price we’ve seen in 2019. Rocking nine outlets, this UPS is a more than capable option for powering everything from your Wi-Fi router to desktop and more when the power goes out. It can keep a full 600W capacity running for two minutes, or a half load going for nine. Over 4,300 customers have left a 4.2/5 star rating.

Cyberpower Stories August 7

expiredFight off power outages with CyberPower’s 1350VA 10-Outlet UPS at $110 ($25 off)

Amazon currently offers the CyberPower CP1350AVRLCD 1350VA 10-Outlet UPS for $109.95 shipped. Typically selling for $135 at retailers like B&H, Newegg and Office Max, that’s good for a $25 discount and matches the Amazon all-time low. Alongside its ten built-in outlets, Cyberpower’s 1350VA UPS can allow gear to consume 200W of power running for around 30 minutes. A Simulated Sine Wave output keeps connected computers and gear running close to peak performance. Bringing home this UPS is a perfect way to keep your home network and more running when the electricity goes out. Rated 4.2/5 stars from over 4,300 customers.

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