World’s thinnest MacBook charger available on IndieGoGo


Tooyn Tech has introduced the most innovative and versatile MacBook and other type-C laptop Charger and type-C Hub on IndieGoGo!

After tremendous success at this years CES and receiving IndieGoGo’s 2019 innovative product award, the Tooyn Charger has launched on IndieGoGo with two models. This is the most ambitious endeavor into creating the world’s most efficient, stylish and feature packed MacBook accessory to date.

Promising to become the 2020’s must-have Mac accessory this gadget not only declutters your laptop and simplifies using it, but also looks complementary to your Macbook leveling up the experience.

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 We all love our Macs and, well, depend on them. Still after a short period of basically living with them, our team members seemed to lack something in the lateralls. So, we began conceptualizing a new, better charger that would become the most versatile and functional gadget, worthy our Macs. We added unique innovative features that every Mac user needs in their daily life.

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This super-thin device includes:

  • Laptop Charger
  • iPhone Wireless Charger
  • Apple Watch Wireless Charger
  • AirPods Wireless Charger
  • Fast Charging
  • USB-C Hub:  USB-A QC 3.0, USB-A 3.1, 4K HDMI, SD/MC slot, MicroSD slot
  • High-speed Data Transfer
  • Additional High Capacity Power Bank

The Tooyn Chargers are packed in an aluminum casing, with acrylic top panel to ensure the wireless charging. Designed as sleek and modern, as your MacBook, Tooyn also complements it in color and functionality, incorporating practical features, such as a separate plug to connect to tighter outlet locations.

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Tooyn is setting out to become the most demanded Apple Accessory of 2020. You can order your Tooyn Charger now on IndieGoGo. 

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