A new Nintendo Switch accessory solves a couple of the console’s biggest problems.
The Dongii is a tiny Nintendo Switch dock currently available on Kickstarter.
The diminutive dock is small enough to fit in your pocket, which makes your console even more versatile.
Not only can you play the Switch in handheld mode on the go, but the portable Dongii means you can dock the console when you arrive at your destination.
It’s easier than carrying the official Nintendo Switch dock around with you, that’s for sure.
Another nifty feature is the ability to connect your favourite headphones via Bluetooth.
According to the developer, Dongii can also be used to charge other devices thanks to its USB-C PD support.
The Dongii has an estimated release date of June 2020, although the Coronavirus crisis might push this back.
You can check out the Dongii feature list below…
Play Games on Any Big Screen: Free your Nintendo Switch from the original bulky docking station. Save your switch from overheat before it wraps. Enjoy a wider vision for a better gaming and presentation experience.
Connect Any of Your Favorite Headphones: Supporting Bluetooth 5.0 standard, adapting your console game to connect with all the Bluetooth headphones or speakers. Superb immersion experience in video games.
All Ports You Need: With USC-C, USB-A and HDMI display ports in one dock to fit all your needs on any occasion and any time. There are many more potential capabilities waiting for you to explore.
Fast charger & detachable Dock Design: Suit in any of your existing USB-C chargers, spare your room of taking any extra USC-A charger and HDMI adopter. Attach with our miniature Dongii 65W GaN fast charger, juice up all your compatible devices far quicker than the traditional charger.
The news comes just days after Nintendo held a Direct conference dedicated to indie games.
The Indie Direct showcased more than 20 upcoming games coming to the console this year.
Arguably the best of the bunch is The Last Campfire, which is the new title from No Man’s Sky developer Hello Games.
That’s on top of Exit the Gungeon, Blue Fire, Baldo, Summer in Mara, PixelJunk Eden 2, and Eldest Souls.
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