Holiday shopping in today’s tech-driven world can be a daunting task, but never fear, iDB is here to help! Using our extensive product knowledge, we’ve put together a series of holiday gift guides with great gift ideas for a wide variety of ages, tastes, budgets and more. Today’s guide offers up some great gift ideas for MacBook users.

Satechi Aluminum Type-C Pro Hub

If you have a newer MacBook model, with only a few of ports, I can’t think of a better accessory to get for it than a USB-C hub from Satechi. I’ve been using one with my MacBook Pro for more than a year and I just can’t overstate how valuable it’s proven to be. Add it to your MacBook and you’ll get a 4K-capable HDMI port, Thunderbolt 3 port, two USB 3.0 ports, a USB-C port and a Micro/SD card reader. You can literally hook up anything to it.

Buy for $63

Edifier S350DB Speaker System

Of course you’re going to want a good pair of earbuds or headphones when traveling with your MacBook, but what about when you’re at home? Every desk deserves a solid 2.1 speaker system, and my favorite right now is the S350DB from Edifier. It combines old school styling with modern features such as built-in Bluetooth, wireless remote and several input options. Plus the included 8-inch subwoofer really thumps.

Buy for $300

Logitech MX Master 2S Wireless Mouse

I’ve been using an MX Master mouse from Logitech virtually every day for more than a year now, so I have no problem recommending its predecessor for this list. It looks big, but the ergonomic design makes for comfortable long-term use and it has a laundry-list of features including hyper-fast scrolling, customizable buttons and the ability to control up to 3 computers at once. Plus, the battery lasts up to 70 days and it can be charged while in use.

Buy for $68

Logitech K780 Wireless Keyboard

While we’re at it, wireless keyboards also make a great gift for MacBook users. Some folks just aren’t fans of the built-in keyboard, and an external keyboard gives you more flexibility with your laptop setup. So why the K780? Like the aforementioned MX Master this Logitech keyboard can seamlessly switch between three devices, I love the feel and feedback of the circular keys, and the built-in cradle is perfect for a smartphone or tablet.

Buy for $60

Twelve South Curve for Laptops

Laptop stands free up desk space, bring their displays up to eye level, and pair great with a wireless keyboard and mouse. There are obviously hundreds of options out there, but these days I’m partial to the Twelve South Curve. It features a beautiful, one-piece design that goes perfectly with the MacBook and keeps 70% of its base exposed for optimal cooling. No MacBook? No Problem. The Curve was made to be compatible with most laptop models.

Buy for $40

Satechi Universal Vertical Laptop Stand

If the person you are shopping for already has an external monitor, keyboard and mouse, you may want to consider getting them a vertical laptop stand. I really like this one from Satechi—it’s made from anodized aluminum and comes in three different colors to better match your laptop. Plus, it has a built-in adjustment knob for universal fit. Why a vertical stand? It frees up desk space, promotes airflow, and yes, the laptop still works when closed.

Buy for $40

Picaso Lab Classic Brown Leather Sleeve

What if you’re leaving the office and want to pack up the MacBook? There are countless bags and cases out there with all of the zippers and pockets in the world, but allow me to suggest something more minimal and luxurious: a leather sleeve from Picaso Lab. Each of them is made from 4-8 sq. ft. of Napa leather and 3 yards of polyester thread, and cured for up to 48 hours. There’s also no ugly logo on the exterior, and the company offers custom engraving.

Buy for $96

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Marshall Major II Bluetooth Headphones

What about headphones? Of course you could get them a pair of Beats or Bose headphones, but I really like these from Marshall. The company is an absolute legend in the speaker/amplifier game and I really like the blend of modern and vintage in this iconic design. These headphones are also comfortable to wear for long periods, fold for easy storage, offer up to 30 hours of playback, and sound good to boot.

Buy for $80

Do you have a favorite MacBook-related accessory that would make a great gift? Let us know down in the comments below!

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