USB-C Alarm Sensor for MacBook and MacBook Pro

The first alarm sensor suitable for USB-C ports in the market.

Most companies are adopting the USB type C system, which means it will become the industry-wide standard in the coming years.

Discrete design allowing excellent customer experience and a high level of protection at the same time.

This USB-C Alarm Sensor has been specifically built and designed to be used with Apple MacBook and MacBook Pro.

May you need to secure any other electonic devices, head to the USB-C Alarm Sensor.

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SK-USB-YP977

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Product Name USB-C Alarm Sensor for MacBook and MacBook Pro
Cable Type Straight
Charging Yes
Length (mm) 1830
Sensor Ports - Type USB C
Suitable for Electronics
Color White

USB-C Alarm Sensor for MacBook and MacBook Pro

SafeGear is delighted to bring the first alarm sensor suitable for USB-C ports in the market.

This USB-C Alarm Sensor has been specifically built and designed to secure and charge at the same time all the last models of MacBook and MacBook Pro.

According to experts, the USB type C port will be the standard in the next few years. This revolutionary system, developed by the USB Implementers Forum (which gathers more than 700 companies in the industry), allows both power supply and data transfer through the same connector. Besides, further options are being developed at the moment, such as using it as audio and video connector.

The discrete design of this alarm sensor makes it the perfect solution for protecting the newest devices in display and enabling an optimal customer experience simultaneously.

Compatibility

Apple Mac notebooks that come with one or more USB-C port are:


MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015) and later, one USB-C port
- MacBook Pro (13-inch, Late 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 Ports)
- MacBook Pro (13-inch, Late 2016, Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports)
- MacBook Pro (15-inch, Late 2016) two or four ports with additional Thunderbolt 3 features built in

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