HyperX launches a charger for the controller of the Nintendo Switch based on Pokémon

Nintendo consoles have always been a bestseller, as they have adapted to the times. Currently, the Nintendo Switch is a more “family” console designed to play more in company. But it is that, in addition, they have a large number of exclusive games of very good invoice.

A Pokéball to charge the Switch controller

Those more fond of computers and “tinkering” will know HyperX, Kingston’s gaming division, well. Like other companies, they are making the leap beyond computer hardware and peripherals. The console market is quite large and succulent, which is why they develop specific solutions.

For the Switch, the HyperX Charger Play Quad 2 which is used to load the controls of this console. This charging base allows you to recharge the battery of up to four of these console controls. It adds a full charge of the controllers in less than four hours, which is great.

An interesting aspect of this charging base is that it uses a USB-C type connector, which is the standard today. If you have a relatively modern Android smartphone, you can take advantage of the phone charger to charge the Switch controllers.

It stands out, above all, for the design. The charging base is a half sphere and is divided into two halves, one red and one white. It has a control charge indicator in the center. Come on, it’s totally a design inspired by the Pokéballs, more than important element of one of the greatest Nintendo sagas.

If you are a fan of the Pokémon saga and have the Nintendo Switch (or not) you will surely want this device. Highlight that this HyperX ChargePlay Quad 2 costs $29.99. It is not available in Spain, at least, for the moment

More Pokémon things for your setup

If you are a fan of this mythical saga of monsters, we bring you some little things and paraphernalia that you surely like and want to buy.

The first are artisan resin keycaps handcrafted specifically for Cherry MX mechanical switches. These keys are Blastoise, Bulbasaur, Charizard, Charmander, Gastly, Gengar, Jigglypuff, Pikachu, Psyduck, Snorlax, Squirte and Venasaur, come on, the most popular of the first generation. Each of these Happy Resin Pokémon costs 59.99 euros.

We are now going with some Hori headphones based on Pikachu and that are officially licensed. It is specially designed for the Nintendo Switch, but since it has a 4-pole jack connector, we can connect it to any computer. These HORI Pikachu Cool headphones cost 49.99 euros.

Finally, we have a set of XXL-sized Pokémon-based mousepads. Some are very cool, like one in which the three forms of the three starter Pokémon of the first generation appear. There are a lot of different designs. These Pokémon mats cost 15.27 euros.

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