With the new Nintendo Switch being available this week, we have taken a look at the new case that will be the primary focus for any casual gamer.
The Switch case is made of anodized aluminum with the Nintendo logo on the front.
The front features a plastic back with a brushed metal back panel, a soft touch plastic back, a plastic bottom cover, a back panel that has a large, rubberized grip, and a back with small buttons.
The back has a metal insert for a charging cable, a USB-C port, and HDMI out for game streaming.
On the sides of the case, you’ll find a small charging cable and a power button.
The side of the Switch case has an integrated camera, two HDMI ports, a power outlet, two microSD slots, and two USB-A ports.
The case comes with two USB ports, one HDMI port, two USB 2.0 ports, two MicroSD slots (4GB max), and one USB 3.0 port.
There’s also a 3.5mm audio jack, two 2.5 mm audio jacks, and one mic jack.
The Switch case comes in three color options: Silver, Gold, and Purple.
The back of the switch case comes out of the box with a plastic backing that looks nice and has a brushed finish.
The switch is a plastic design that’s very easy to handle.
When the Switch is inserted into the back, the top is removed, revealing a metal mesh on the back of it.
There are two different ways to remove the back from the Switch: one of the three ways can be done in a single operation.
The other two are done by unscrewing the back.
The bottom cover has a plastic clip that slides back to expose the metal mesh, but is not secure enough to secure the back when the Switch first comes out.
The top cover is removable for easy removal, and the switch is able to be taken out and put back into place without having to open the top cover.
The case has a magnetic closure that allows for easy, secure removal of the back cover.
When the Switch comes out, you will see a large metal insert with the logo on it.
The insert contains two power ports, four USB-D ports, and four USB 3.-A ports and two HDMI-out ports.
The Nintendo Switch Switch case also has a USB Type C port on the side of it that doubles as an adapter.
It’s very convenient when you want to charge your Switch, but you don’t want to plug it into a power bank or USB-SD card reader.
The USB Type-C is only available with the Switch, so if you’re on the go or just want to use the USB Type A ports to charge a phone, the Switch will only support the Type-A connector.
The front of the device has a rubberized plastic cover that has an adhesive on it that can be peeled off for easy access to the Switch.
There is a back on the Switch that comes out the side with a large plastic back.
On either side of this plastic cover is a small USB-J port.
The MicroSD slot is located underneath the MicroSD card slot, and it’s used to hold the Switch and other accessories.
There also is a charging port located on the right side of each side of that plastic cover.
The Nintendo Switch is available for preorder right now for $399.99, and will be available at select retailers for $299.99.
The console will also be available through Amazon on September 19, with the retailer selling the Switch for $249.99 in North America and $299 in other regions.
You can find out more about the Nintendo Switch in our review of the console.
Source The Globe and Mail