It was only a matter of time until a peripheral device manufacturer presented a smaller variant of the docking station of the Nintendo Switch. Nyko has now unveiled a very portable version, which is due to be released in September.
It is well known that Nintendo Switch players need a docking station when they want to bring the image of their console hybrids to the TV. This docking station may be functional for the home use, but it is somewhat bulky if you want to take the Nintendo Switch on the road or on holiday. But now the peripheral device manufacturer Nyko has announced that one is working on a very portable variant.
According to this, a significantly reduced version of the docking station will be available in September, which according to a report by Ars Technica is hardly larger than a map deck. Thus, she should be able to fit into every bag, and colleagues also report that the stability is not lost. After all, the stability is ensured by a hinged plastic holder.
In addition, the picture quality should be in no way inferior to the original. Even if the demonstration model had only a power connection and an HDMI port to offer, the people in charge of Nyko have now announced that two publications will be integrated into the USB port. In addition, a USB-C and an HDMI cable are included.
But the best information is that the price should be around 45 US dollars. Thus, the docking station of Nyko would be offered half the price of the original.