A good news for all the Nintendo Switch owners. Now they will be able to have more portability and gaming on the go, thanks to a new ingenious tech created by a new company.
The Nintendo Switch is indeed one of the most versatile consoles ever created. It offers gaming on the go but the battery life lessens the portability. You can have an idea by comparing the Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Mario Kart 8. You’ll notice that Nintendo Switch offers roughly 3 hours of continuous play for Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It’s about the same time for Mario Kart 8, latest reports suggest.
But that is not a thing of the past as a new UK-based tech company has a solution to this problem. The are currently working on a Battery pack for the Nintendo Switch that will offer four times as much of the battery life. It will definitely solve the biggest problem of a sudden shutdown and will eliminate the inability to play games for a longer time period. Check out the detailed SwitchCharge video below.
Apparently, The SwitchCharge is in development by the company “InDemand Design”. The project was started with the help of an Indigogo fundraising campaign. As the SwitchCharge development is about to complete, the Indigogo campaign backers will receive their SwitchCharge in August 2017.
According to the details we have so far, the SwitchCharge will be attachable to the back of Nintendo Switch and will offer a 12,000 mAh battery along with a new kickstand and two additional cartridge slots.
The new SwitchCharge is available at $85 for North American users. For the Brits, this fantastic Nintendo Switch battery pack is available at £66. Some additional bundles with a number of different rewards are also available.
The latest reports about the novel tech suggest that the company behind the SwitchCharge have reached their online crowdfunding goals. This means that the production of SwitchCharge will now commence in full. So, all the Nintendo Switch owners will be able to buy this fantastic tech soon.
Stay tuned for more info about the SwitchCharge. We’ll keep you posted with the latest.