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UPS power supply £9.99 @ Play
UPS power supply £9.99 @ Play

UPS power supply £9.99 @ Play

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this is a MAD price for a UPS with £70 off the RRP

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Yes ,indeed , super find and quite a bargain . top marks .

Interesting. So this would provide a few minutes of safety if there was a power outage?

Play are on a roll today, ordered 2

HOT!

ordered thanks bargain

It'll probably only give me 2-3 mins if I'm lucky but well worth it to save potential damage to the PC...

For £10 delivered you can't go wrong!

Cheers

great one

Surely a mis-price?! Gotta cost more than that to post it... shows as £48.99 on google product search from play.com

Seems like a great deal...I have ordered 2 before they sell out!

Blimey. My 500VA APC battery just died... Was about to replace it (~£15) but this would be awesome if it's not a misprice and/or they honour the order.

I just ask that people don't get silly and order hundreds of the things.

ordered 2 - can you daisy-chain them?

Must be a mis-price, shipping 5KG isn't cheap!

If its a misprice PLAY will cancel as they always do!

So dont get yer hopes up! they never honour mistakes

Thanks, ordered 1 as not to be greedy.

LRGM

Thanks, ordered 1 as not to be greedy.



You might only order one but you bet the usual (clever people who flog them on ebay) will order loads.

I have a 750 watt PSU computer, would that still work with this?

just ordered 1

isac23

I have a 750 watt PSU computer, would that still work with this?



Eagerly awaiting the answer

Awesome price if they follow through with it. I use a Belkin 800VA UPS and it keeps my computer on for about 25 mins.

Cheers must be a misprice though .... ordered 3 for personal use not to sell on lol

Thanks - also ordered ONE (1). This is a great find. Have some heat. Folks leave some for others...

me too .. i've a 600w psu.

Back-up Time 100W (PC+15" CRT): 18 minutes

Considering most PSU's are about 350w + 17" TFT this wouldnt last very long, less than half that (I know it's less when it's idle)

Would you need a usb->rs232 lead for this?

Tallywadger

If its a misprice PLAY will cancel as they always do!So dont get yer … If its a misprice PLAY will cancel as they always do!So dont get yer hopes up! they never honour mistakes


@ £10 still worth a punt.. takes less time to order it that it takes to read all these comments! :-)

I think someone must have put 99 in their cart or something because it's sold out. What would the average person need with this? So they can use the computer when the power's out for 2 hours every year?

go to checkout and it states OOS

I think there is an error, it let me buy one but says out of stock as below when I ordered, but still let me pay???

Item
Status
Price
Qty
Subtotal

Mustek PowerMust 600LCD UPS With LCD Screen (PC Shop)
PC Shop

Out of stock
£9.99
1
£9.99

Tallywadger

If its a misprice PLAY will cancel as they always do!So dont get yer … If its a misprice PLAY will cancel as they always do!So dont get yer hopes up! they never honour mistakes



i thought they are quite good at honouring price mistakes had a few honoured myself

Out of stock, that went quick!

I posted this deal as well, without realising it was already on here. Sorry to Gordies for that.

I got in before austinc ststed it's OOS.

See if it was a genuine deal or a mis price shortly i guess.

Jinkz

Back-up Time 100W (PC+15" CRT): 18 minutesConsidering most PSU's are … Back-up Time 100W (PC+15" CRT): 18 minutesConsidering most PSU's are about 350w + 19" TFT this wouldnt last very long (I know it's less when it's idle but still)



Yes but dont forget the LCD screen uses a lot less than the CRT quoted, should give you plenty of time to save off work and shutdown cleanly

Out of stock already :-)

My i5-750, with Geforce 260 and a 750w PSU is running at around 150-200 watts at idle according to my APC software monitor, if that's of any help in your purchase decision.

out of stock

Well I ordered one as my Humax Foxsat-HDR, ie allegedly a PVR, has a FATAL bug that if the power is interrupted it won't refresh its clock time and hence won't continue with recordings!
For the sake of a tenner it should keep the Foxsat in Standby for long enough to get the powersupply back (had two interruptions in suburbia last month, one at least 2 hours overnight, the other 2 mins midday).
MKD

isac23

I have a 750 watt PSU computer, would that still work with this?



I'd have thought that the answer would depend in part on what the computer actually draws rather than on the claimed rating of the PSU.

As an aside, I imagine that the power outlets would be the kettle type rather than the UK flat-pin type (like your wall sockets) and I note that one would need a serial port on the PC to use the software. My server has a serial port and my UPS died a while ago so I'm hoping my order for this discontinued, sale product is honoured (but not actually expecting that).

montblanc

I think someone must have put 99 in their cart or something because it's … I think someone must have put 99 in their cart or something because it's sold out.



just waiting for the gloater who ordered them all now to make his/her smug announcement oO

This also looks pretty good.

montblanc

I think someone must have put 99 in their cart or something because it's … I think someone must have put 99 in their cart or something because it's sold out. What would the average person need with this? So they can use the computer when the power's out for 2 hours every year?



More so that the computer can cleanly shutdown without the risk of file corruption and long-winded filesystem checks on the next boot.

order taken whilst in stock, now awaiting stock, does not look good. Always the same thing nowadays with cheap items, i think the law need changing regarding items advertised for sale on the internet, if they havent got them they should not allow people to order.

cowbutt

More so that the computer can cleanly shutdown without the risk of file … More so that the computer can cleanly shutdown without the risk of file corruption and long-winded filesystem checks on the next boot.



Does that mean you have to have it plugged in all year round taking up power 24/7?
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