Moshi has been one of our choice vendors for third-party Apple accessories here at Techaeris, and now they are offering up some new goodies. By now we all know that the new MacBook Pro’s are lacking many standard ports and have opted for USB Type-C all the way around. Moshi’s new accessories include a slew of USB Type-C adapters that are pretty well built and should take care of your needs. Welcome to the #donglelife. Aside from the obvious USB Type-C goodies, Moshi is also offering up some new protective accessories to keep your new MacBook clean and shiny.
The Moshi ClearGuard keyboard protector is an ultra-thin and transparent keyboard protector designed from engineering-grade thermoplastic urethane with high-precision molding for a tactile response while typing. The new Codex designer carrying case is a TSA checkpoint-friendly carrying case featuring a soft, weather-resistant vegan leather exterior and a clamshell design that allows you to use your MacBook without removing it from the case. The iVisor screen protector is a washable, reusable matte screen protector that reduces glare while delivering incredible clarity with 100 percent bubble-free installation and finally, the iGlaze clear snap-on case is a slim, lightweight snap-on hardshell case featuring a scratch-resistant surface treatment.
Moshi’s USB Type-C adapters and cables are all available now on Moshi’s website and the rest of the new products will be hitting the Moshi website and participating retailers in the next few weeks. Moshi isn’t always the cheapest third-party manufacturer to get your Apple goods from but they are one of the best in terms of quality and workmanship. I’d have no problems recommend their goods if you’re willing to pay their asking prices. Be sure to check out our reviews section for the Moshi products we’ve reviewed here and stay tuned as we get more in for review!
What do you think of Moshi’s accessory lineup? Are you going to be picking up some of their new Apple accessories for your new MacBook Pro? Let us know in the comments below, or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.Source: Moshi