Despite of latest technology in display and trackpad, Macbook’s dramatic change is actually one data and power port.
To be honest it is not big deal people will soon get used to it, you’ll hardly notice this change. The limitation here is that I always use a desktop when at home, so if you’re looking for a single computer to rule them all and are used to plugging a lot of stuff in at the office or at home, the single port is going to be much more of an issue.
Apple provided a USB-C to standard USB 3.0 adapter with the notebook, which retails for $19 from Apple’s online store, and this proved the only one I needed the few times I required plug-in accessories. I used it only a handful of times, when connecting my SD card reader to import video to Final Cut Pro, and when I plugged in my USB-to-XLR microphone adapter for recording video voice over and podcasts.