Apple’s MagSafe power cords, launched alongside the newest MacBooks in 2006, was groundbreaking in as much as a power cord can be. It provided not only ease of use in correctly aligning pins between the laptop and cord but also a measure of safety in its detachability. Previously if a cord was tripped over or tugged on, it could damage the power cord, the cord port on the device, or the entire laptop itself if it’s pulled off a table top or lap.
However, in 2015 Apple made the switch to USB-C style power cords and no longer offered the MagSafe feature. Now, the Vinpok Bolt, designed by a team of Apple devotees, is offering the public a chance to get back the safety of a magnetic power cord in their USB-C powered devices.
An IndieGoGo project, the Vinpok Bolt works with any USB-C device
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