If your computer or home entertainment setup isn't yet protected from power outages and surges, today's limited-time sale at Woot offering $120 off the CyberPower CST135XLU 1350VA UPS battery backup system has just what you need. This 1350VA uninterruptible power supply usually goes for $200 in new condition but you can add one to your setup for just $79.99 in refurbished condition right now.

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CyberPower CST135XLU UPS Battery Backup System

This UPS is equipped with ten surge-protected outlets, five of which can run on the battery backup, plus two USB-A ports, as well as a multifunctional LCD display to show important info and stats.

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It stores some power in an internal battery that can then be provided to devices connected to it should mains power go out. By hooking up your PC, you can continue using your gear even if all other power is lost. That extra power might just give you enough time to save your important work or perform a safe shutdown of your devices.

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This 1350VA/810W UPS from CyberPower is a sound option for a small office and the home. This UPS comes rocking ten power outlets in total with five surge-protected and another five surge-protected with access to the internal battery. And because we all have portable devices like phones and tablets, there are two 2.1A USB ports on the front for easy access.

Use it to protect everything from power surges. The 1,500-joule rating means the system can absorb a huge amount of energy to protect your equipment and keep the unit safe, too. The system uses a GreenPower UPS Bypass design that allows stable power to pass through the transfromer for minimized energy consumption, preventing noise and heat buildup and allowing you to operate your stuff without a noticable difference in operation noise.

You'll also get automatic voltage regulation for consistent AC power and protection from overvoltage. The system uses line interactive topology and an autotransformer to regulate low voltage without switching to battery power. The simulated sine wave output generates a stepped, approximated sine wave for power.

CyberPower backs up this system's performance with a $500,000 connected equipment guarantee and a one-year limited warranty.

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