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Surge protectors (also called surge suppressors) are a cheap way to protect your gear against random, and potentially damaging, power spikes. They're not all the same, and there's a lot of marketing fluff surrounding them. Here are a few tips before you start shopping.
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If you're just looking for a basic surge protector, avoid the i-Bright. But for consumers looking to get a lot of mileage out of their technology, this surge protector's flexibility and versatility set it apart.