Here at Funky Kit, we usually focus on PC gaming accessories, but we’ve recently noticed that consoles are getting more and more popular each year. Take for example Nintendo. They’ve made a lot of noise with its Switch console, which has been hugely successful, thanks to its intuitive design that offers gamers a totally unique mobile gaming experience. Like all mobile devices, the Nintendo Switch has its battery limits. Which means if you take your Switch on a road trip, the battery life from a single charge may not be enough.
Thankfully, HyperX has been listening to all these frustrated Nintendo Switch users, and now they’ve given us the ChargePlay Clutch Charging Case. This amazing product is basically a power bank with a convenient case that let us use the Switch in various ways.
I hope that this review will answer your questions regarding the ChargePlay Clutch, and give you an idea of how to have even more fun with your favorite gaming console.
HyperX ChargePlay Clutch™ Charging Case for Nintendo Switch™
The HyperX ChargePlay Clutch™ is a charging case for Nintendo Switch™ players that are looking for extended battery life. It features a 6000mAh battery that can keep your Switch charged through a long flight, road trip, or a gaming night. Convenient LED indicators tell you your current charge level. This versatile case has detachable rubber hand grips that work as Joy-Con™ grips, and a stable kickstand for gaming in Tabletop mode. The console docks directly via USB Type-C connector, and the securing latch keeps your Switch firmly in place.
- Extended battery life for long gaming sessions
- Detachable Joy-Con™ Grips
- Stable kickstand for Tabletop mode
- Secure, convenient docking
- LED indicators display charge status
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