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    Headlines - FSP puts a combines a PSU and a battery

    The best ideas are often the simplest, but why hasn?t this been done before?
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    Re: Headlines - FSP puts a combines a PSU and a battery

    now that is a good idea. probably a good thing for machines that are left unattended i.e. Nas devices. reminds me i need to consider getting a ups sooner rather than later.
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