5 MacBook Upgrades from Amazon!

Some of the best MacBook accessories I’ve been able to find for the 2017 and 2018 Apple Macbooks.
Case – https://amzn.to/2G1OTVd
Nucleum – https://amzn.to/2ujwrC5
Magnetic USB-C – Avoid them!
Jackery Power – https://amzn.to/2Gpp80e
Mini USB-C – https://amzn.to/2G2B2ht
Mouse – https://amzn.to/2G132C0

Older Picks:
Inateck Sleeve – https://amzn.to/2ugfMiK
Satechi Hub – https://amzn.to/2G4hFAn
Anker Battery – http://amzn.to/2omZJKK

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Comments

Xavier Blackburn says:

Can you let me know where you got your macbook pro skin from? Thanks

Med School Insiders says:

Thanks Dave, great video! I’ve had great luck with the Tomtoc case for my 2017 MBP. Similar with the inner sleeve, just more padded. The power bank to charge the laptop is clutch! May need to order that for video editing on the go!

Taylor B says:

Man where can we get that desktop wallpaper in background?

Tor Decraene says:

Why don’t you use the magic mouse?

N3ptune says:

This is the first video of yours I have watched – it’s clear and concise. You get to the point without any bullshit, you are honest, and your videos are clear and professional. You deserve many more subscribers.

Toxically Masculine says:

someone really needs to make an investigative documentary, like an exposé of chinese amazon companies’ naming process

Swaran K. says:

You could consider the Elivebuy Hub. Its a newer version and does it heat much at all

pop1040 says:

You didn’t say the wattage of that outlet on the battery pack.

It can only do 85W/100W Max (whatever that means) so it won’t run my Gigabyte Aero15X for example which I’ve seen draw 120W when playing games and 180W when doing that while charging a low battery (the max input rating is 200W but I’ve never seen it hit that, probably would have to have a power hungry USB C device at the same time to hit that).

leo leove says:

look at this nice guy

Life On A Highway says:

Thanks for that thumbnail

Thanh Tran says:

Did you find any new magnetic ones that works well?

Khubrooh Hussain says:

Dave is the ultimate tech babe

Dave Lee says:

“this thing…”
Thanks for watching =)

CrAzYBeAvEr39 says:

Would the powerbank work on the XPS 15?

Mar Deathshadow says:

Dave2D gimme that laptop huhuhu so nice. I can definitely make my lessons for my classes. Lots of love from PH 🙂

Mohammed shamma says:

Guys, link to that awesome wallpaper? Dave?

freebsd89 says:

I’ve been using that Baseus Mag Safe replacemant and it’s quite good. I don’t have problems with it at all

리뷰보다릭뷰 RICKVIEW says:

Hey dave, where can I get your descent macbook front cover sticker? thx.

Lemongrab The Wise says:

great review

李拜天 says:

The best mouse for Mac should be Logitech G603, that one is a legend, almost zero lag ,both wlan and bluetooth modes ,and two AA batteries will power the mouse for half a year (Im using it in High Speed mode+ Wlan mode for gaming, it should last a year with low speed mode+bluetooth)

pacman1408 says:

Great Video but you need to get some sleep.

Eric Cartman says:

Thanks this will help with my “Clackbook Pro by Dongle”

Adam Mescan says:

I was banking so heavily on the magnetic power adapters! I don’t understand why Apple moved away from that when people loved it so much…

Subzero Arctics says:

It’s just a shame we have to find workarounds for these compromises. Every laptop will always need a case of some sort, but we shouldn’t have to deal with the loss of Magsafe, lack of decent I/O, and small batteries. I think the magnetic connection directly on the USB-C connector is just really difficult to do well, but to have an in-line magnetic pull-away function on the power cable just for a fail-safe should be easy… not sure why nobody’s offering one…

Joel Borden says:

Do you think that case will work OK with my late 2013 MacBook Pro?

XxhunterkillerxX says:

I’m not sure if that’s a fair review for the “magsafe” USB adapter because you’re using that cable to charge your MacBook. Unless it’s rated to do such a thing, I believe the power delivery to the MacBook was likely the reason why it stopped working.

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