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Protection convenience, April 10, 2007

These under the monitor type surge protectors are great and I am surprised that there aren't more of them. Why have a rat's nest of wires hanging in the back of your computer desk?? This organizes, neatens and allows you to turn off individual components without shutting down everything. In my case, I can shut off my monitor, computer, printer and speakers while allowing the cable modem and router to run for my wife and daughter to access the internet with their laptops. This model replaced an older Surgemaster that I had for 4 years and the reason for the change was due to more power demands by my system and peripherals. This one @ 1850 joules powers my 19" LCD, Athlon 4200 X2 dual core, 512mb Radeon 1950 XT, Antec 580 Watt Power Supply, RAID array, 12 fans, modem, router, desk lamp, Lexmark all in one flatbed printer/scanner, Logitech cordless keyboard and rechargeable laser mouse, Logitech 5.1 surround speakers.........etc. More power to spare...ugh, ugh, ugh, MORE POWER...

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This sits under my monitor and provides an up close and easy way to turn on my system. I can selectively turn off parts of the system such as printers and speakers while leaving the computer and monitor in the on state. It also provides additional electrical surge protection which is needed here in Florida with our ligtening storms. Highly recommended, and it is an excellent value.
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These under the monitor type surge protectors are great and I am surprised that there aren't more of them. Why have a rat's nest of wires hanging in the back of your computer desk?? This organizes, neatens and allows you to turn off individual components without shutting down everything. In my case, I can shut off my monitor, computer, printer and speakers while allowing the cable modem and router to run for my wife and daughter to access the internet with their laptops. This model replaced an older Surgemaster that I had for 4 years and the reason for the change was due to more power demands by my system and peripherals. This one @ 1850 joules powers my 19" LCD, Athlon 4200 X2 dual core, 512mb Radeon 1950 XT, Antec 580 Watt Power Supply, RAID array, 12 fans, modem, router, desk lamp, Lexmark all in one flatbed printer/scanner, Logitech cordless keyboard and rechargeable laser mouse, Logitech 5.1 surround speakers.........etc. More power to spare...ugh, ugh, ugh, MORE POWER...
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Purchased the unit to turn off my computer system. Which consists of a computer, monitor, printer, camera, & audio sound amplifier.Unit worked as planned for a short time then the main shutoff push on-off master switch stopped working. Previously I had a surge protector for 25 years with no problems then I purchased this one as an replacement. This one fits nicely under my viewing monitor but the master push button does not shut down my system as it was designed to do. I bought two units one still works and one doesn't.
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