TUG MagSafe Connectors

Drawing inspiration from Apple's now defunct MagSafe connectors, the TUG is a simple magnetic plug that turns any power cord into a safe, break-away connector. Never again worry about tripping over your power cables or sending your laptop flying. Why did Apple get rid of these again?
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