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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

EXTENDED power cord for Macbook Pro 13"?


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I cannot find an extended powercord for the MBP 13". Anyone know where I can locate one? They have them for the powerbook and I really need a longer cord.

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I am a student and several of my classrooms have very far away plugs. So I need something with extra length.
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A bit hefty at $120 but here it is http://mikegyver.com/Store/parts/
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Like this? I'd imagine Apple would sell them. Either that or you could check Ebay.
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Apple doesn't sell them. The link above (thank you for that by the way) is for $120! Unreasonable price! Any other third party options?
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Exactly!

For under $10 you could just get a normal extension chord and I'm sure you could leave it somewhere at your school or college for easy access when you need it
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Don't know why I didn't think of a normal extension cord. Thanks. Duh! lol
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Exactly!

For under $10 you could just get a normal extension chord and I'm sure you could leave it somewhere at your school or college for easy access when you need it
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