Best Kill-A-Watt for the price.

I'm looking to purchase an accurate and cheap kill-a-watt to find out exactly how many watts my pc is drawing from the wall. It wont be in use permanently, I just plan to use it when I add new components.

I was wondering if anybody knew of a good cheap one $20 or under.

What do you think about this?
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  1. If you have a Home Depot near you, they have one for about $20 (the Newegg one looks to be the same as at Home Depot)
  2. All the kill-a-Watts are from the same company... It's a brand. The cheapest is the cheapest, they all work the same way. The more expensive ones just add features you don't need (forecasting, back up battery etc)
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