Once a competitive option, Amazon’s 450-watt UPS doesn’t match up head to head.
A surge protector will save your equipment; a UPS will do that and save your work, too—or let you save your game during a blackout.
Far better than ordinary power strips, these products will protect your expensive electronics from dangerous power spikes. We'll help you pick the right one for your home or small office.
This compact surge protector hugs the wall, so it takes up much less space than an outlet strip. And it has integrated 2.1A USB charging ports, too.
There are genuine benefits behind the hype for mesh Wi-Fi technology.
This smart outlet strip has it all: sophisticated scheduling, power monitoring, and support for voice control via Amazon Alexa, Google Home, and Microsoft Cortana.
You can control its three outlets and two USB ports independently, but its app has weak timer features and no scene-control functions.
This model offers the best value for the most outlets, with USB charging as a bonus.
This is the right choice for a 10-outlet surge protector with spacing that allows maximum deployment of plugs.
The latest Wi-Fi standard makes home networks faster, especially for video streaming.
Whether your PC isn't connecting to the internet, or your wireless connection is inconsistent, or your device keeps joining the wrong network, we have answers to common Wi-Fi issues.
While it has four individually switchable outlets, the Surge works best only as a manual on/off switch.
This smart plug works best within a TP-Link-only home.
It’s a little more expensive than its features warrant, but it’s well designed for what it does.
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