The best accessories for Apple MacBook
A cable converter
My new Apple Macbook has USB-C ports with Thunderbolt 3. Unfortunately, not all my old peripherals have a USB-C connection. That's why I use a USB-C to USB-A adapter. I can use that to connect my printer or USB mouse. To connect my external monitor, I use a USB-C to HDMI adapter. This way, I can avoid replacing all my other devices by using one simple adapter.
A docking station
I often use my MacBook in combination with various accessories. The latest MacBook models have a super slim design, but also lack connectors. I solve this problem with a docking station. I can turn 3 ports into 7. I'm no longer limited to the USB-C input, but I also have a microSDCX reader, HDMI and Thunderbolt 3 connector, and USB-A port. I can connect peripherals like my USB-C mouse, external hard drive, or an extra monitor.
A USB-C monitor
Want to create more work surface with only 1 USB-C cable? I can do that with a USB-C monitor. These types of monitors often have a high resolution for editing photos. I can also work with multiple programs side by side easily. At the back of the monitor, I can find several USB ports. This way, I can also connect the rest of my peripherals to the monitor. It's actually a monitor with integrated docking station. Another advantage of a USB-C monitor? It also charges my MacBook when it's connected.
Apple Magic Mouse 2
I like working with a mouse. I can connect the Apple Magic Mouse 2 to my MacBook via Bluetooth. I can save USB ports for other accessories, like a USB flash drive. In addition, there are no cables to bother me. With this fully operationable mouse, I can work accurately wehn editing photos and my hand is in a comfortable position. Apple Magic Mouse has a trackpad at the top, which works just like on my phone. That way, I can still use all the useful touchpad functions.
Apple Magic Keyboard
I can complete my workspace with the Apple Magic Keyboard. Like the Magic Mouse, I can connect the keyboard to my MacBook via Bluetooth. With a separate keyboard, I can put my MacBook a bit further away from me. I can then work in an ergonomic position. The keys go down a little further than the keys on my MacBook. Personnaly, I find that a bit more pleasant if you type for longer periods of time.