This Portable TV Dongle For Nintendo Switch Is Travel-Friendly And Costs Half The Price Of Nintendo’s Official Bulky Dock

The Nintendo Switch is a great console both at home and out and about. Being able to play your favorite games no matter where you are is undoubtedly what has made the Switch so popular over the last couple of years, but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t without its problems.

The most annoying is the fact that if you take the Switch somewhere you might want to connect it to a TV, you’ll need to take your dock, too. That’s a real pain as Nintendo’s official Dock is bulky and unplugging the existing one you have from your TV cabinet is cumbersome, but with this little gizmo all of that pain need not happen.

The gizmo in question is a travel dock that connects to your Switch via the magic of USB-C. The other end of the cable is a dongle that has a USB-A port for connecting accessories and an HDMI port for connecting to a TV.

There’s even a USB-C pass through, meaning the Switch can be powered otherwise it won’t switch into TV mode. Everything’s on the end of a 7-inch cable to give you a little room for manoeuvring without making the travel dock a pain to transport, and it’s super light at just 70 grams, too.

If all of that sounds great – and it probably should – then you can pick one of these travel docks up right now for half of the price Nintendo charges for its own bulky dock that is not travel friendly at all, making this one a real bargain.

There’s free shipping thrown in for good measure, so if this sounds like something that should be in the bottom of your tech bag, why not place your order now from here while it’s being discounted to super low price of just $34.95 using special promo code NINTNEWYEAR20 at check out. Keep in mind that this offer is valid for the month of November only.

Buy: Nintendo Switch HDMI, USB-C Travel Dongle – Dock Replacement: $34.95 with promo code NINTNEWYEAR20 | Original price: $70

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