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It’s almost impossible to go to a Starbucks and not see someone with an Apple MacBook. The company continues to see dropping sales of its laptop, but there are still millions and millions of people with MacBooks.

If you’re one of those people, you might want to consider picking up some accessories. From earbuds and external storage to a portable battery and mouse, here are the best MacBook accessories you can buy today.

The best MacBook accessories:

Editor’s note: We will update our list of the best MacBook accessories as new accessories launch.

1. Apple AirPods

Apple new AirPods 2 outside of the case resting on a book.

They’re not the best-sounding true wireless earbuds, but the Apple AirPods are known for their convenience with Apple products. Once you pair them to an iCloud-connected Apple device, all of your other Apple devices automatically pair with the AirPods.

Apart from convenience, the AirPods feature five hours of battery life and an extra 19 hours from the charging case. The latest model features a Qi-compatible charging case, though you can save some money and pick up the AirPods with a normal charging case.

Also read: The best AirPods alternatives | The best AirPods alternatives under $100

The Apple AirPods with wireless charging case normally cost $199, but they’re currently available for $169 on Amazon.

2. Samsung T5 Portable SSD

Samsung T5 Portable SSD

If you find yourself wanting additional storage for your MacBook, the Samsung T5 Portable SSD should be near the top of your list.

Thanks to its use of Samsung’s V-NAND flash memory and USB-C, the T5 Portable SSD provides transfer speeds of up to 540MB/s. Even better, the external SSD delivers the aforementioned speeds while weighing only 1.8 ounces and coming in at 0.41-inches thick.

T5 Portable SSD storage sizes include 250GB, 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB, though we recommend getting at least 500GB of storage. Prices start at $89.99 for the 500GB model and go up to $279.99 for the 2TB model.

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3. SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive USB-C

SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive

If getting an external HDD or SSD is too much money for your wallet, take a look at the affordable SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive flash drive.

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The flash drive features transfer speeds of up to 150MB/s. You can manage files the normal way on your MacBook and with the SanDisk Memory Zone app on your smartphone. Best of all, the flash drive is compatible with USB-C and normal USB ports.

Prices for the SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive start at $9.29 for the 16GB version and go up to $39.99 for the 256GB version.

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4. Satechi Aluminum Multi-Port Adapter V2

Satechi Aluminum Multi Port Adapter V2 official render

An all-USB-C life isn’t yet as glamorous as Apple claims it to be. After all, people still have use for the SD card slot, regular USB ports, and HDMI. That’s where the Satechi Aluminum Multi-Port Adapter V2 comes in, which restores many of the ports you lost by going with the newer MacBooks.

The adapter features three USB 3.0 ports, separate slots for microSD and SD cards, a USB-C port for pass-through charging, an HDMI port, and even a gigabit Ethernet port. The HDMI port supports output up to 4K resolution at 30Hz. Finally, the USB-C port supports up to 60W of output.

The Satechi Aluminum Multi-Port Adapter V2 is available for $79.99.

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5. Jackery PowerBar

Jackery PowerBar

The Jackery PowerBar is a beefy portable battery, but that’s for a good reason: a 20,800mAh capacity. Enclosed in a rectangular aluminum cylinder, the PowerBar features a Quick Charge 3.0-compatible USB port, a USB-C port for input and output, and a regular USB port.

Also read: Best 20,000mAh power banks you can buy

Best of all, there’s an integrated AC wall outlet. The outlet supports up to 100W of output, which means you can charge your 15-inch MacBook Pro with the PowerBar.

The Jackery PowerBar is available for $129.99, though Amazon is temporarily offering a $20 discount.

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6. AmazonBasics Felt Laptop Sleeve

AmazonBasics Felt Laptop Sleeve

For those who don’t like their laptops enclosed in a plastic case, the next best option for protection is a laptop sleeve. Laptop sleeves are generally inexpensive, with one of the better options coming from Amazon’s AmazonBasics accessory line.

As the name implies, the AmazonBasics Felt Laptop Sleeve features a felt exterior. There’s also a velcro closure and soft suede interior to keep the laptop safe and secure. As a nice bonus, there’s a second pocket to put away basic accessories, such as pens and a small notebook.

The AmazonBasics Felt Laptop Sleeve comes in 11-, 13-, and 15.4-inch sizes. Pricing starts at $9.80 for the 11-inch version and goes up to $14.39 for the 15.4-inch version.

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7. Logitech MX Master 3

Logitech MX Master 3

The latest entry in Logitech’s excellent MX Master line of computer mice, the MX Master 3 is much more than meets the eye.

Featuring a quiet electro-magnetic scroll wheel, the MX Master 3 features a USB-C port for charging or wired input. You won’t have to charge the mouse often, since Logitech promises up to 70 days of use on a single charge. The MX Master 3 comes with a USB dongle, but it also connects over Bluetooth if you have the newer MacBooks.

Also read: Need a new gaming mouse? Here are the best gaming mice you can buy

More important are its software features. The MX Master 3’s support for Logitech Flow means you can control multiple computers at the same time. You can even transfer files between computers. Also, you can configure the MX Master 3 with app-specific workflows.

The Logitech MX Master 3 is available for $99.99.

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8. Anker PowerLine+ II USB-C to Lightning

Anker PowerLine II USB C to Lightning

It’s weird that Apple has stubbornly stuck with Lightning for the iPhones, yet its latest MacBooks only have USB-C ports. You can remedy that problem by picking up the Anker PowerLine+ USB-C to Lightning cable.

The cable measures six feet in length and supports Apple’s 29W, 30W, 61W, and 87W USB-C power adapters. The MFi certification means the cable shouldn’t give you any issues when connected to an iPhone. Finally, the double-braided cable can supposedly withstand 30,000 bends. Talk about durability, huh?

The Anker PowerLine+ II is available for $23.99.

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9. Rain Design mStand

Rain Design mStand

Some folks, including myself, sit in front of a computer all day to get our work done. If you’re one of those people, give your neck a break and pick up the Rain Design mStand laptop stand.

The mStand raises your MacBook 5.9 inches off your desk. That way, you’re not hunched over or looking down at your screen all day. The single-piece aluminum design means you don’t have to worry about durability, while the two-inch hole in the back allows for some cable management.

The Rain Design mStand is available for $39.99.

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10. Logitech K780

Logitech K780

The new MacBooks’ butterfly keyboards are generally fine, but they can be a bit uncomfortable for longer typing sessions. That’s where the Logitech K780 wireless keyboard comes in to alleviate any discomfort.

Also read: Best Bluetooth keyboards you can currently buy

Connected over Bluetooth or the included USB dongle, the K780 supports Logitech’s Flow software. With Flow, you can type, copy, paste, and move files across computers. The function is made easier with the full-size keyboard and number pad. As a bonus, there’s even an integrated phone and tablet stand.

The Logitech K780 normally sells for $79.99, but is currently available on Amazon for $56.10.

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That was our list of the best MacBook accessories. Let us know in the comments below if you have recommendations of your own or if you think we missed anything!