If like me you were amazed and disappointed when Apple removed their MagSafe magnetic charging cable feature from its MacBook laptop and have been searching for a new alternative offering USB-C connectivity. You may be interested in the MagJet magnetic USB-C to USB-C charging cable which provides all the safety of the original MagSafe together with new features, rugged design and magnetic quick release connection.
MagSafe was a fantastic charging connection first introduced by Apple with the launch of the 2006 MacBook Pro. The magnetic connection saved my hardware from complete annihilation many times, thanks to its quick release magnetic connection, which would automatically disconnect from my laptop when the cable was tugged with any force, leaving it notebook safely on my desktop and not dragged to the floor and certain damage.
The Elecjet MagJet is a 21st-century adaptation of the original magnetic connection created by Apple and offers 87W high speed charging with stable current from USB-C to USB-C connections. The Elecjet MagJet is also the very first charging cable equipped with a six pin layout supporting up to 3A per pair, combining to provide a 6A total when charging your iPad or similar. When used with USB-C power connections the MagJet can safely fast charge hardware up to 87W and can be used with your existing USB-C power supplies. Safely charging all your USB-C devices at their maximum charge rate and providing complete compatibility with Apple devices manufactured in 2018 and beyond.
Unique six pin charging layout of the Elecjet MagJet offers :
– Two Signal Detection Pins CC1 and CC2 are used for E-Mark Chip + 20V Voltage Boost Protection Chip, the combination of which provide the short circuit protection in case of Palm Rejection.
– Each + and – Pin can support up to 3A while pair of which is 6A totally, therefore, it is cable to support up to 87W (20V/4.35A); meanwhile, the heating will be much less during charging.
The MagJet connection features a strong magnetic force to ensure the cable is easy to attach and will stay in place when required, but also disconnect when required saving your laptop from damage. The strong magnetic force allows the connection to snap into place automatically without the need to align it manually and will easily disconnect when required. The cable also features a soft bend jacket as an OEM Apple Charger.
The charging cable is constructed from aluminium alloy shell and includes 24K gold plated connectors providing a durable, long lasting USB-C charging cable. The MagJet connection is also fully reversible and has an L-shaped design to offer users a convenient system which keeps the wiring tidy whichever USB socket you choose to use.
Elecjet MagJet supported USB-C laptops :
The Elecjet MagJet 87W magnetic charging cable supports all Apple MacBook Pro laptops although the MacBook Pro 2018 USB C Port is more firm than 2015-2017’s. As well as Apple laptops the Elecjet MagJet 87W charging cable is also compatible with all USB-C laptops and tablets including Chromebooks, Samsung Galaxy Book, Microsoft Surface Books, Lenovo ThinkPad, Dell XPS and other models.
Elecjet MagJet supported USB-C smartphones :
All USB-C smartphones are supported such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Samsung Galaxy S8/S8 Plus, Google Pixel 2/2XL, Huawei P9 andP10, HTC 10, MOTO Z, LG G5, Nexus 5X/6P and other models.
The MagJet Magnetic USB-C to USB-C charging cable is now available to purchase priced at just $23.99 and is available from both the official Elecjet online store or other online retailers such as Amazon and is available with either black or white cable depending on your preference with chrome USB-C connectors. You can get a 10% discount off the price by using the code 10MagJet.
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