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The laptop accessories linedock is a combination of MacBook dock, hub, power bank and SSD storage for current Pro and Air models with 13 inch display; but also for all other USB-C notebooks. The manufacturer describes it as the Swiss knife for the Apple laptop.
The only 9 mm thick accessory can be placed under the Apple MacBook and offers connections for the dock and hub function as well as for charging the laptop and other devices (iPhone, iPad, camera, etc.). A 20.000 mAh battery is available for this. Linedock is also optionally available with an SSD hard drive; either 256 GB or 1 TB. In the following you will find all the technical data, the purchase options and the price of the egg-laying woolly milk sow.
Linedock for the Apple MacBook Pro / Air is a multifunctional device with nine connections, an integrated battery and an optional SSD hard drive for transferring data. The device is available in black and space gray. Here you will find the most important technical data from the Linedock data sheet:
The price of the Linedock MacBook Dock depends on its memory or its lack of storage. If you want a total solution to combine all accessories for on the go in one device, you can’t avoid a model with a hard drive. In the following I have listed the individual purchase options for you:
Linedock is not only the device described and shown above, but also the startup behind it. The manufacturer of the same name was founded by Nancy de Fays and Quentin Malgaud in Belgium. As early as 2016, the two of them had the idea of creating a MacBook add-on device that combines all the features that an extensive range of accessories offers without having to take them with you in the form of many individual solutions.
So if you want to have numerous USB ports, a power bank, an external hard drive, HDMI, an SD card reader and the like with you on the go, you can find everything in one product with Linedock. Dongles, adapters, USB distributors, power banks, USB sticks and other small accessories are a thing of the past. Except for the adapter for the Ethernet connection, if necessary ...
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