The Nintendo Switch is one of the best mobile games, but it needs a large platform for a TV link anywhere, which is an obstacle for some when traveling, but third-party companies such as Nyko are finally trying to solve the problem.
When the device was first released, many assumed that USB-C could be used with an HDMI adapter to connect to any television, but this did not work because Nintendo’s additional electronics were inside the device base. There was no indication that Nintendo was planning to launch a smaller version of Base the device to improve its transportability.
Nyko provided a small base for the Nintendo Switch with all the features of the larger base, which will be available this fall for $ 45 and will be able to charge the Switch through the USB-C port and connect it to any TV through the HDMI port.
The new rule provided by Nyko does not contain the two additional USB ports on the base of the original device, which means you can not set up or charge the Switch Pro controller while traveling.