Mains power here is not that great - we don't have many long outages, but plenty of little half-second outages that play havoc with stuff in a home-office: routers, desktop hard drives, and soon, a Mac mini. I've been intending to get a UPS for a while, but as I'd worked from a laptop I've put it off and now I can't really wait any longer. The supplier I normally order stuff for the business through carries both APC and CyberPower brands. I'd never heard of CyberPower before now, and wondered if it was a cheaper Chinese brand - but it appears they're American? So, I'm initially looking to run a 2018 MM (150W), and at least 1, but ideally two Dell P2415Q's (90W each) through the UPS. I could live with just one going through, but I think a nicer option is that I can just turn off one display if it's an outage rather than just a blip. So at the moment it basically comes down to the two 'biggest' "SOHO" type UPS this supplier carries: APC Back-UPS 1400VA, 700W vs CyberPower UPS UT2200E-AS 2200VA, 1320W They're essentially the same price (equivalent to US ~$20 difference), the biggest 'feature' difference is that the APC has 4 'universal' outlets and 2 'IEC' outlets, while the CyberPower only has 4 'Thai' outlets. Obviously the CyberPower has a longer runtime for any given load due to its larger battery capacity, but I have no idea how reliable they are, or if the macOS UPS integration works with them. Does anyone have any insight into this area? I'm not against other brands, but keep in mind I live in Thailand, some things are just not available to buy locally, and shipping a UPS internationally is not a realistic choice.