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-[* black] While we want to commend Apple for adopting the new USB Type-C standard, they've done so in a way that makes it impossible to use old adapters on new devices. The MagSafe and Thunderbolt ports of old are gone. The new MacBook has one USB-C to rule them all.
+[* black] While we want to commend Apple for adopting the new USB Type-C standard, they've done so in a way that makes it impossible to use old adapters on new devices. The MagSafe and Thunderbolt ports of old are gone. The new MacBook has one USB-C [http://www.gretchenrubin.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Gollum-Ring.jpg|to rule them all.|new_window=true]
[* black] The Retina MacBook ships with a 29-watt USB-C power adapter (middle)
[* black] 10-watt iPad USB adapter (left)
[* black] 60-watt MacBook Air Magsafe 2 (right)
[* icon_note] This is the first MacBook in memory to ship without some form of MagSafe adapter. It's probably a neutral move in terms of repairability, but that's small comfort if it's a lot more likely to break. Which it is.