Griffin provides Apple's Macbook its lacking Magsafe plug
Probably the most criticized options of Apple’s extremely-skinny and light-weight MacBook (together with its lack of computing energy) is the solitary USB-C port. Not solely are you able to not energy the system and use an adjunct on the similar time, however it not has the injury-stopping Magsafe energy plug that breaks away when you journey on it. Because it typically does, Apple accent maker Griffin has arrived with a product to fill that void, the Breaksafe Magnetic USB-C Energy Cable.
At 12.8mm deep, the magnetic connector might be plugged into the MacBook and left there. Then, you simply contact the accompanying six foot energy cable as you’d on a MacBook Professional or Air to cost your system up. The one hitch is that the cable runs $forty and it does not include a USB-C energy adapter, so you will want to make use of the one which got here together with your MacBook. Additionally, it will not assist when you want a free port whereas charging — for that, you will require Apple’s (badly rated) $seventy nine dongle. If none of that daunts you, Griffin says the Breaksafe energy cable will arrive in April.