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    MagStay Pro for MacBoook Pro
    I will post this once so that MacBook PRO "Mac-Forums" readers know about this new item.

    The APPLE MagSafe connector is a well thought out design allowing easy disconnections of power cords when unintentionally pulled, sometimes too easy.



    With MagStay PRO you will no longer have an unintentionally disconnecting MagSafe power connector while using your laptop on your lap or other casual positions, including your laptop bag while charging.

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    MagStay Pro for MacBoook Pro
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    I never have a problem with it coming out. If it does, I just put it back on. Kinda like painting a mirror black, isn't it?

    "With MagStay PRO you will no longer have an unintentionally disconnecting MagSafe power connector while using your laptop on your lap". Instead you'll have a busted Mac.

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    MagStay Pro for MacBoook Pro
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    ...and it wastes a USB slot. :/

    ...and when you think about it, you risk damaging the USB slot if something were to yank it forcefully enough.
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    Guys, the total intention of MagStay is to use casually while on your lap or in your laptop bag, please think about for a second.

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    I have accidently ripped my one while it was on my lap, however, I feel that if it didnt' it might cause slight damage to the system, or the cord, so I am happy it does. I am also not willing to give up a usb slot for this.

    Also, this is considered spam, please read the forum rules. A link to which is in my sig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ripfrankwhite
    I never have a problem with it coming out. If it does, I just put it back on. Kinda like painting a mirror black, isn't it?

    "With MagStay PRO you will no longer have an unintentionally disconnecting MagSafe power connector while using your laptop on your lap". Instead you'll have a busted Mac.
    Exactly.
    Plus this is borderline Spam:
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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerBookG4
    I have accidently ripped my one while it was on my lap, however, I feel that if it didnt' it might cause slight damage to the system, or the cord, so I am happy it does. I am also not willing to give up a usb slot for this.

    Also, this is considered spam, please read the forum rules. A link to which is in my sig.
    PowerBookG4,
    It might have caused damage if it didn't, you are right, no argument there (but did you really have that problem with you G4?). It will NOT be a product for everyone, we know.

    This is NOT considered spam, this is within topic and not repetitive.

    Advertising-yes, we are guilty. (Honestly I did not read the "advertising" caveat portion of the rules, sorry)

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