If Nintendo fans like one, it is disputed which character Smash Bros should be added next. But if there are two things they like, the next new Nintendo system will look like old Nintendo systems. An upcoming dock does this (somehow) for the switch and at the same time adds new functions.
The Brook SW Dock Power-Bay is one of several redesigns from Nintendo's bulky dock for the original Switch, which saves all of the plastic, something like a stand-up phone charger. However, this happens while it looks like a tiny, flattened GameCube. Notice the stylized lines at the top, the white connector slot at the front, and the teenage weensie handle at the back. Anyone who remembers their boxy buddy from the early 2000s will want to press the eject and power buttons.
But this dock is not only a cosmetic upgrade over Nintendos, it also adds some additional ability. In addition to moving two USB ports on the front of the device for easy access, you can connect two original GameCube controllers (still popular with Smash Bros fans). The dock also contains the Bluetooth audio that Nintendo still doesn't want to activate on the switch for some reason. There are also some thoughtful design options: this handle can come off the back and attach to the bottom, which supports the dock at two different angles.
The SW Dock Power-Bay will be available for sale in June for $ 55. That's expensive compared to third-party docks, but still a lot less than Nintendo charged for a second dock.
Source: Book accessories about Gizmodo, Nintendo Life