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PlugBug Mac Adapter

 —  November 11, 2013 — 2 Comments

I am trying to get some work done in an airport lobby, I need to plug in a couple of devices (so my batteries are full for the ride), but there is no room to plug in two devices.

Good thing I have my PlugBug from TwelveSouth. PlugBug is a USB wall charger that attaches to my MacBook Power Adapter. It allows me to charge my MacBook Pro and iPad or iPhone at once. If you do not have a PlugBug, you could just trickle charge your USB device from your Mac, but the PlugBug provides more power for a quicker charge.

Check out this short video and click over to TwelveSouth for the details!  It’s a great buy at $35!

PlugBug from Brandon Early on Vimeo.

Enjoy!

Brandon

@uthguy9

Brandon Early

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I have been serving in youth ministry for nearly 20 years, am currently the Director of Student Ministries at Valley Church in Des Moines, IA, and am on a first name basis with several Best Buy and Apple employees. My wife Keri and I have been married over ten years and have three great boys. My four favorite things are Jesus, my wife, Chicago Style Pizza, and fighting off our boys with sweet ninja moves.

2 responses to PlugBug Mac Adapter

  1. Couldn’t you plug your iphone or iPad into your computer while charging? Maybe I’m old fashioned. There must be a downside to it if this product is out there.

  2. you should totally just travel around with a 6-8 plug outlet strip! $9.99 at most retailers…and then when you’re in public places you can be like “yea…that’s right I bring my own power strip” bam. who cares if it’s unwieldy- you’ll prob gain a few tech friends looking for juice! and they’ll be like “hey man….nice strip? can i plug in?”

    and it’s the evening …clearly i need to stop working. peace + love + laughs!

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