Published On: Fri, May 29th, 2020

Random: Could This Be The Most Pointless Switch Accessory Yet?

Like any renouned gaming system, a Switch has seen a satisfactory share of mostly purposeless accessories, though CyberGadget’s latest bid is maybe a many absurd yet.

The Japanese association is releasing a protecting cosmetic row for a front of your Switch wharf – we know, that square of hardware that sits underneath your telly and doesn’t move.

Hitting Japanese store shelves on May 31st, a Protective Dock Cover slides onto a front of a wharf and prevents it from removing noted or scratched. The transparent cosmetic means we can still see a wharf underneath – so that’s something – though outward of that, we’re not entirely certain because this needs to exist.

Sure, we’ve seen wharf covers in a past, though those are customarily directed during giving a wharf a dash of colour or preventing it from scratching a shade of a Switch when it’s docked. CyberGadget’s choice doesn’t do possibly – withdrawal us good and truly undetermined as to because anyone would consider this was a good use of plastic.

Maybe we’re in a minority – let us know if you’d deposit in one of these by posting a criticism below.

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