Best On-the-Go Apple MacBook Pro Accessories

When hopping from place to place it's good to have great Accessories that'll always help you. To know what helps you, an Apple MacBook Pro owner the best, I read and watched all kinds of articles and videos to give you the best on-the-go accessories for your MacBook Pro

When you’re hopping from place to place with your Apple MacBook Pro, it’s important that you can set up your laptop with everything you need and start easily while maintaining portability. With so many options out there, and my personal preferences in using my laptop I was wondering what the best options would be for you. So I did some research online with my favorite tech experts from the web to make this list of great and mostly recommended accessories for your Apple MacBook Pro.

In a Nutshell

I don’t want to make a long list to give you many options. I mean, if a list holds more than 10 options, I get anxious about picking the right product. A clear and easy list, from the recommendations from tech experts, that’s what I want to give to you. So these picks are:

The Best Apple MacBook Pro Backpack: Fjällräven Räven 28 Backpack

A backpack is essential to keep all your gadgets together. For me, living in the Netherlands, we know what rain means (it rains a lot), so having a water-repellent backpack is something that’s needed, but the backpack still needs to look good carrying all my stuff. One of the most mentioned backpacks is from Fjällräven. You’ll probably have seen these bags in the crowds. They are easily recognized with their logo a curled-up fox. These bags are water-resistant and are very durable with a lot of room inside the bag. Most importantly, this laptop backpack just looks great! The Wirecutter recommends this version because of these reasons and claims the most important one is that the backpack is comfortable to wear for a long day.

The Best Apple MacBook Pro Mouse: Logitech MX Master 3

While you have the Logitech G502 for gamers, nothing can beat the Wireless Mouse from Logitech, the MX Master 3 for creators. Yes I know, that some techies advise the Magic Mouse, but the MX Master is just as great or even better than the Magic Mouse from what I’ve read. Alright, back on topic, since gaming isn’t a real option yet for the latest MacBook Pro, your best option is the Logitech MX Master 3. The Logitech MX Master 3 is a well-known Wireless Mouse for its great build and the horizontal scrolling wheel, which takes time to get used to. This horizontal wheel will help you with scrubbing through your timeline. The mouse also charges via a USB-C Cable (at the front) and can be used while it’s charging. As a bonus, the tracking is super fast and sensitive and its battery life is amazing. A fully charged MX Master 3 will last you 70days!

The Best Apple MacBook Pro Headphones: Apple AirPods Max

If you want to listen to music or podcasts, headphones are an absolute must. It’s important to choose headphones that fit well and don’t cause discomfort. The best way to find out if they’re comfortable is by trying them before buying. While there are many different types of headphones out there, the ones that stand out the most are the Apple AirPods Max. Not only do they look cool but they sound fantastic as well. They offer excellent audio quality. And since they use Bluetooth technology, they work with every device that supports Bluetooth 5.0.

The Best Apple MacBook Pro Portable External Monitor: iPad Pro

The iPad has become one of the most popular tablets on the market, thanks to its sleek design and powerful hardware. Did you know you can use your iPad as a second screen for your MacBook Pro? You can use a sidecar on your MacBook to connect the two devices. You’ll need to use WiFi or a USB-C Port to use your iPad as an external display, and the experience is good enough. Just know that the touchscreen doesn’t work though, so it’s nothing more than an external screen.

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