No power? No problem. Say hello to our 500W UPS solution

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Compact, affordable and easy-to-use, our Home Office UPS will keep those load shedding blues at bay.

If there’s one thing we all need, it’s access to an affordable and reliable back-up power supply. Last year we launched our 40W Fibre UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) to keep your Wi-Fi network connected when load shedding strikes, allowing you to stream, browse social media or search online with up to four hours of uptime.

We’re proud to announce the perfect companion to our Fibre UPS is now also available to rent via the Vox Shop.

Compact, yet mighty, the 500W portable Vox Home Office UPS will keep your most important devices – like a laptop, monitor, printer and smartphone - powered up all at once when the power goes down, allowing you to continue working from home uninterrupted for up to four hours, no matter what our national power utility throws at us next.

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The Vox Home Office UPS features lithium ion batteries for longer uptime, and a pure sine wave inverter that ensures only clean power reaches your devices, helping to prevent any damage that can happen when a power surge occurs.

If you’re not working, the Vox Home Office UPS is also powerful enough to keep your TV and DStv decoder running anywhere from two to four hours, meaning the only tantrums during load shedding will be deciding what to watch.

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Just like our Fibre UPS, the Home Office UPS is user-friendly, offering plug-and-play installation, with 24/7 support just a phone call or email away should you need it.

At just R299 including VAT per month on a 24-month rental or R643 per month on a 12-month rental, the Vox Home Office UPS is basically priceless.

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