The Nintendo Switch Lite Dual USB Playstand Lets You And Your Friend Play Together

Posted: Aug 31 2019, 12:37am CDT | by , in Technology News

 

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The Nintendo Switch Lite Dual USB Playstand lets you and your friend play together

Just because it’s portable, doesn’t mean you’ll only get to play by yourself.

We only have 19 days before we finally get our hands on the new Nintendo Switch Lite, a Nintendo Switch version but is even lighter and more affordable.

The device is currently up for pre-order on various retailers including Walmart.com, GameStop, as well as Amazon.com. They come in three different variants:

Nintendo Switch Lite Gray

Nintendo Switch Lite Turquoise

Nintendo Switch Lite Yellow


There's also a limited edition called the Nintendo Switch Lite Zacian and Zamazenta variant, to mark the upcoming release of the Pokémon Sword and Shield RPG games in November. As everyone knows, Pokemon is one of the proprietary games of Nintendo, which has gained such a huge following.

All the Nintendo Switch Lite variants cost $199.99, $100 cheaper than their predecessor, the Nintendo Switch.

As we await for the release of the Nintendo Switch Lite, there has been a growing number of accessories to pair with the new console. Last month, we have rounded up the Top 10 Nintendo Switch Lite accessories to pump up your game and they include things like hard cases, carrying cases, travel bags and screen protectors.

Recently, we have seen a cool new handle by Heatfun to let players get a good grip on their devices as they play. It’s currently up for purchase at just $13.99.

It’s one of the coolest accessories to have if you’re thinking of buying a Nintendo Switch Lite. Another accessory that could definitely change your perception of the Nintendo Switch Lite is a dual USB playstand by a manufacturer called Hori.

It’s up for pre-order on Amazon.com for just $29.99 before its release on September 20.

Since the Nintendo Switch Lite is a smaller version of the Nintendo Switch, it’s specifically designed for handheld mode, meaning you can’t use your Switch’s Joy-Con controllers for the Switch Lite. In other words, the Switch Lite is only meant for single player mode.

However, we have good news for you. Hori’s Nintendo Switch Lite Dual USB Playstand is a Nintendo-licensed accessory that is a compact version of the multiport USB playstand for the Switch.

It can connect up to 2 joysticks so you can play with a friend anytime. The good thing about this playstand is that it charges your Switch Lite while you play! You no longer need to worry about running out of power when you play for longer hours.

The Nintendo Switch Lite Dual USB Playstand is compatible for both the Switch and the Switch Lite. It’s available for pre-order at $29.99 before it ships out the same day as the Switch Lite on September 20.

Pre-order the Nintendo Switch Lite on Walmart.com, GameStop or Amazon.com because without a Nintendo Switch Lite, how else would you use the Nintendo Switch Lite dual UBS playstand?

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