Functional Multiple-Connector Case for MacBook

Today, you can find dozens of different MacBook cases on the store shelves. Usually, they simply protect the case of the MacBook from minor damage during transportation. However, sometimes you can find more interesting cases on the market. One of them is DockCase – Functional Multiple-Connector Case for MacBook. Here’s a further review.

Functional Multiple-Connector Case for MacBook

At first look, the DockCase is an ordinary leather MacBook case which simply protects the laptop from scratches and bumps. In fact, the case covers the laptop completely ad looks a bit like a paper folder. However, in reality this accessory has more capabilities.

With the built-in DockCase docking station that connects to MacBook Pro using a USB-C cable, users can significantly increase the number of available external ports. The dock has a Gigabit Ethernet port for wired network connection, HDMI output with 4K support, two USB-C ports, three standard USB 3.0 ports, and a universal card reader. Considering that 2016 and 1027 MacBooks have a lack of necessary connectors, the accessory might come in handy for many users.

At the moment, the creators of DockCase are collecting funds at Kickstarter to launch their accessory into mass production. By clicking the link, you can learn more information about the case and pre-order it for $79 or $89 depending on the MacBook size (13 or 15 inches). The shipments should start in November.

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