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.
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.
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.
In this third and final part of this series, we take a look at three units from some of the most popular brands in IT-related power products. All of your patience is about to pay off: we're also picking an overall winner.
After our first tear-down, APC wanted to send in a modern equivalent to demonstrate the company's dedication to quality. Follow along as we tear open another power strip and dig deep into its electrical composition.
Last month we published an article in which we disassembled and photographed an APC power strip. The company has since responded to our post:
In response to our power bar tear-down, many of you asked to see a UPS receive the same treatment. So, today, we go on a tour inside a vintage APC BX1000.
It's downright negligent to ignore the power needs of your high-end hardware. While many power users go to the trouble of tracking down solid PSUs, we recommend going a step further and investing in battery backup. We round up four enthusiast units.
The Universal Notebook Battery is a sleek, carry-on battery stack that can double your notebook battery capacity and run time, while providing an additional USB port to charge other devices.
Welcome to the first installment in our six-part Tom's Holiday Buyer's Guide. In Part 1, two beautiful models help showcase some of our favorite no-hassle hardware gifts for 2008.