Venom Switch Lite Charging Stand, keep your Nintendo Switch Lite fully charged with this stylish and portable charging stand. Simply connect your standard type-C USB charging cable, which came with your Switch Lite, to the rear of the dock and then simply mounts your device for quick and simple charging. As the Switch Lite does not feature a rear flip stand, this is also a great little gadget to allow you to put your console in desktop display mode and play your Switch hands-free using your Joy-Con or Pro Controllers. The flip-top design not only offers a secure stand and charging solution, but can also be folded away and taken away with your console whenever you are on the move with the minimal fuss or extra baggage. USB Type-C cable required (not included but you can use the cable that comes with your console).
Venom Switch Lite Charging Stand Review
This is an incredibly simple and cheap charging station for the Nintendo Switch Lite. The design uses a USB-C charger which connects to the bottom of your console and nothing else to obscure the view. I tested this with a couple of cases and it sat in there with no issues.
There is a hinged cover which can be put down to protect the connection. When opened it works as a back for the Switch Lite to rest on. The stand is available in three colour Turquoise, Yellow, and Grey.
Kelly Rist, Marketing Manager for Venom said:
“It’s clear that the Switch Lite will be on top of many a wish list this season and as usual Venom have managed to deliver a cost-effective yet ingenious solution for those who wish to charge and dock their new console. We think our Charging Stand is an essential accessory, attractively priced and perfectly complementing the three Switch Lite colours. Today’s announcement is in line with our commitment to support emerging platforms as early to launch as possible.”
Overall, this is a must-have for any Switch Lite ower. You can grab this for under £8. Finally, please check out our gaming reviews. Also, don’t forget to connect with the Jabba Reviews team on Facebook or Twitter.
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