Meet this portable external battery that acts as a hub for your MacBook

If you're dissatisfied with Apple's direction towards eliminating all types of ports from its new MacBooks (except USB-C), you're not alone. And that's not it: just go to any comments section of this site either in rumors posts or about new products from Ma to realize that there is a lot of dissatisfaction with the new life of adapters that we will have to live from now on.

Taking advantage of this, many companies are looking into this opportunity, creating effective ways to bring users options that will make their lives easier. So Arrow Electronics brought the powerful and versatile Line dock.

The Line Dock is essentially a portable external battery for the MacBook, plugged in via a single USB-C port. However, the possibilities present in it make it a unique product.

As an external 20,000mAh battery, Line Dock can give your computer up to 15 hours more battery life and even recharge other wired and wireless devices. In addition, it also offers an internal SSD of up to 1TB Executive), which lets you access 5x content faster and take your files wherever you want. And with the “active cooling” system, it makes the computer the ideal temperature for even the most intense tasks without gagging.

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The device looks more like a base for your computer, but the thickness is quite small if you take into account everything in it. How hubIt can connect three USB 3 ports, one HDMI, one MiniDisplay Port, two USB-C, one SD card reader and one Micro-USB. In it there are also ms so that it does not slip easily when placed below the computer and at the bottom there is 4 pads for wireless charging.

The Indiegogo project has a goal of $ 50,000 and has so far reached $ 45,000 with 173 contributors. If you want to purchase the product and support the project, you can do so by December 16 for $ 150 + shipping. Basic, without internal memory), $ 240 + shipping (“Standard”256GB internal memory), $ 400 + shipping ("Pro"512GB internal memory) or $ 600 + shipping (“Executive”, with 1TB internal memory) all scheduled for delivery in June 2017.

(tip Dyorgio Nascimento)