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Nintendo announces a brand new adjustable charging stand for its Switch console

11 May 18

Nintendo has announced a brand new adjustable charging stand for the Nintendo Switch console coming out later this year. 

The thing that makes this adjustable stand so special is the fact that it will be very helpful for those that love to play on the Nintendo Switch during its tabletop mode. 

Before, users weren't really able to play in tabletop mode while charging the switch because the cable was in the way. Now with this new adjustable stand, you can now charge your console with ease while you are still playing games. 

The best thing about the stand is the fact that it also allows you to adjust it so you can play at various different angles depending on your own personal preference. 

The official adjustable charging stand for the Nintendo Switch console will be released in both Australia and New Zealand on June 13th, 2018. It will cost you up to AU$29.95 over in Australia at most participating retail stores. A New Zealand price has not been announced yet, but presumably it should cost NZD$39.95. 

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