People have become heavily reliant on Amazon for much of their shopping. Is this trust misplaced when it comes to tap-adapter combos?
The search for a safe sub-$5 adapter continues. Will ABCSell's AR-18 succeed where others have failed?
We’ve torn apart cheap AC adapters and cheap power bars. How about digging into a combination device this time around? Here comes Philips’ SPS8038B.
Were the Colorful adapters from two months ago really the bottom of the barrel? Let’s have a look at two more A1265 look-alikes to find out.
What does a proper USB power adapter look like inside? Hopefully, SilverStone’s UC01 shows us what it takes. Let's look.
USB power banks come in all shapes and sizes, and from countless vendors. One of those lesser-known names is GETIHU, and we're here to tear into its 10Ah PB-01.
Are AmazonBasics surge protectors any good? Let’s find out by having an inside-out look at the ABHT1208TC.
How much safety do you sacrifice when “investing” in sub-$2 AC power adapters? Let’s have a look at a typical A1265 look-alike to set the low bar.
Ever wonder what went wrong when a laptop or other similarly complex device stops working? Since my PSU repair stories from last year turned out fairly popular, here’s a repair of an Acer E5-521.
Power banks are a part of many people’s everyday lives. Today, we’re looking at QQC’s Q-Swap power bank.
USB power banks come in many shapes and sizes, some of them also including value-added capabilities. Today, we’re taking a look at SilverStone’s PB06.
Over the past year, we have looked inside many of APC’s smaller uninterruptible power supplies. How about something bigger for a change? Here comes the BR1000G!
If you found our BGE90M-CA tear-down interesting, you may be interested to know that APC launched its successor earlier this year. Here’s a look at the 650 VA variant.
When you see those USB adapters everywhere for only a few dollars, the convenience factor makes it difficult to resist buying a few. But are they any good?
Did my BGE90M-CA tear-down make you at least a little curious about how much better or worse other small UPSes might be? Today is CyberPower’s EC350G’s turn.
We have been inside a few PC-sized UPSes over the last few months. How about something more gadget-sized for a change? Here comes the BGE90 from APC’s Connect family.
Due to popular demand, personal curiosity and a convenient sale, here comes a tear-down of one of those “Pure Sine Wave” models from CyberPower, the CP1000PFCLCD.
How much (or how little) of an UPS can you get for about $60 US? I caught the BE550G on sale for $80 CAN and decided to have a look.
Our exploration of uninterruptible power supplies continues. This time around, we take a shot at Tripp-Lite’s SMART1000LCD.