I'd like to get the $100 model if it'll handle my set-up. But if not, then I'll just get the $150 version.
10-21-11, 08:08 PM
I ended up going with the CyberPower 1000VA/600W version. It's got 5 battery outlets and 4 non-battery outlets. I've got everything (except the printer) plugged into the battery-backup side. According to the software, all that stuff is only using 140-170 watts. That's around 25% capacity.
The software is pretty cool. It predicts I'll get around 20 minutes of backup time. And there's a scheduler that can shut down the PC when the battery gets low. It can also turn your equipment Off/On at daily scheduled times.
Anyways, pretty happy so far. $100 is a good price. The more expensive (1500VA/900W) model would have given more battery backup time, but it would have been overkill for a basic home set-up.