I have a MacBook Pro 15" (Late 2013) and my wife has a MacBook Air (Mid 2013). Can we both use the TB display to charge/voltage differences?
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I'm not sure what you mean by "charge/voltage differences?" Are you wanting to use the monitor at the same time with both computers? If so, no you cannot. If you mean can you use it separately, yes you can. The charger on the monitor will charge them both individually. With the newer MB's you will need to use the adapter on the monitor. It is a small plug that magnetically attaches to the power cable. On older models of MBA and MBP you will not need the adapter. But don't loose the adapter you may need it for one of your friends' older MB.
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