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26 Best Nintendo Switch Accessories (2020): Docks, Cases, and More

the Nintendo Switch
Xbox One
the Switch Lite
the Best Switch Bundle Deals
the Switch TV Dock
Super Mario Party
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
the Best Gaming Headsets
Switch Cover Stand
USB Power
The Pro Controller
Extra Joy-Cons
Pac-Man Vs
Adjustable Charging Stand
the Joy-Cons
Nintendo Switch TV Dock
Pro controller/Joy-Con
the Nintendo Labo
The Labo Vehicle Kit
The Labo Variety Kit
Condé Nast
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Affiliate Partnerships

Jeffrey Van Camp
Best Switch Games
Splatoon 2
Mario Kart


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Because the Switch is both a mobile and home console, you might want to check out some accessories that can let you play longer, download more games, and practice your swordplay in Link's Awakening.If you're still shopping for a Switch, check out our review of the Switch Lite and roundups of the Best Switch Bundle Deals, Best Switch Games, and surprising Switch tips for more Nintendo action.Updated February 2020: We've adjusted pricing and availability on a few items.This is must-have item number one. If you find one on sale, make sure it’s marked as Class 10 and at least XC 1.Out of the box, the only way you can charge your Joy-Con controllers is by sliding them back onto the Switch, and the Pro controller requires a USB-C cord. It will work wired, letting you connect directly to the Switch with a 3.5mm headphone jack for games like Fortnite (or just for listening), and it also has an optional Bluetooth connection that will work with your phone, which is needed to play games that use Nintendo's smartphone chat app, like Splatoon 2, Super Mario Party, Super Smash Bros. This Orzly case comes highly rated and holds extra games, cables, and even controllers in one tidy package.If you’re more of a TV player and need to bring the Switch Dock along with you to a friend's house, this case will do the trick. It’s one of the best Switch accessory purchases I’ve made.Like the Wii, Nintendo has made a wheel attachment for its Switch controllers. It also elevates the console nicely, and the angle is adjustable.If you have a set spot (table) where you like to play your Switch, and that setup doesn't include a television, you may want to pick up Nintendo's Adjustable Charging Stand. You can angle it however you like and it's stable enough that you can remove the Joy-Cons without hassle.If you have a second TV or location you want to play Switch on, consider buying an extra official Nintendo Switch TV Dock. You can pick up a Pro controller/Joy-Con charger, plug your Joy-Cons back into your Switch for charging, or you can buy this alternative Joy-Con grip.

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