This week's roundup includes a lot of devices intended to utilize the USB-C port on your new MacBook. Read on!
The Artemis AC1300 High Power Wi-Fi Router ($130 MSRP; $130 on Amazon) is billed as the “ultimate router for the multi-device household.” The device has eight advanced amplifiers, two high-gain antennas and 1.26 GBps download speeds.
The USB-C Car Charger + Cable ($25 on Amazon) makes it easy to charge USB-C devices while on the road; it includes a four-foot cable —it can reach back to the passenger seats from your vehicle’s in-dash power port—and 27W output.
The GoPower USB-C Portable Battery ($100 on Amazon) is a 15,000-mAh backup battery designed to provide a full charge to your MacBook. The device is just 24 ounces, making it easy to slip into your bag and have backup power on the go.
The SD1500 USB-C Mobile Dock ($90 on Amazon) enables your MacBook to display video out to a 4K or 1080p HD monitor or projector; it also offers USB port expansion for a mouse, keyboard or memory device.
The MacBook Lock Slot Adapter ($52 on Amazon for MacBook Air and MacBook Pro) lets you add a security slot to your new MacBook, after which you use a security cable lock to secure it to your desk or table, making sure nobody can grab your laptop and run off with it. The lock slot is available without a cable; you can buy cable bundle deals that include a keyed lock ($75 on Amazon for MacBook Air or MacBook Pro) or combination lock ($66 on Amazon for MacBook Air or $75 on Amazon for MacBook Pro).
The Mini Adapter ($11 on Amazon, available in gold, silver, and space gray) is another piece of USB-C tech—plug it into the port on your MacBook and it use it to charge any standard USB device, or transfer data at USB 3.0 speeds.
The Type-C USB and Standard USB A Car Charger ($25 an Amazon ) is a dual-port charger that lets you charge your MacBook and your mobile devices on the road. It's available in gold, silver and space gray.
The Aluminum Stand with 4-Port Hub is made of aluminum and rosewood; it expands the power of your Mac by including four USB ports. (They can’t all be USB-C ports, can they?)
The 701 Metal Clip ($8) lets you pin that critical document to your MacBook’s screen while you’re typing critical details from it. Simple, but helpful.
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