Accessory makers are solving Apple's MacBook problem

20 april 2015 By Steve Dent

We like Apple's 12-inch MacBook with its sleek look, high-res screen and scant mass -- but we have a big problem with the single USB-C port. For one, it doubles as the lone power connector, meaning you can't even charge your MacBook and transfer files at the same time. Another issue is finding peripherals that even support the new standard, fancy as it is.

However, you're not totally screwed -- if you don't want to pay for Apple's own (expensive) USB-C adapters, there are options coming from established companies like Belkin and some very intriguing products on Kickstarter.

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