A worldwide charger, great for those with more than one USB-C device of various sizes.
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Nintendo quietly released the Nintendo USB AC Adapter. Retailers are listing it for the Nintendo Switch. But it isn't.
Here are the best selling power banks and chargers from the past month.
A small, dual USB-C port wall charger. Great for charging your Switch and USB-C compatible phone or tablet.
Mimoco has released a series of Nintendo themed USB-A power banks. Good for your phone, not really for the Switch.
A rare high output, 26,800mAh power bank. Its 45W output offers fast charging of the Switch and better support for larger USB-C devices.
I tested the new Poke Ball Plus accessory and its included USB-C cable. Here are the results.
A slim power bank, good for commutes or short trips. What it lacks in speed compared to similar USB-C PD power banks it makes up for with more playtime.
Not made to travel, but a great second home or work charger. It'll charge the Nintendo Switch in any mode, as well as two other USB devices.
A power bank good for almost 9 hours extra playtime and USB-C cable. And a 30W USB-C wall charger, good for both the power bank and Nintendo Switch.
Popular Posts & Reviews
The Anker PowerCore 13400 Nintendo Switch Edition is one of two licensed by Nintendo power banks. It packs great performance in a small package. Probably the best Switch carrying case power bank available.
The Anker PowerCore 20100 Nintendo Switch Edition is one of two licensed by Nintendo power banks. It compares well with similar sized power banks. But it doesn't offer anything special besides its licensing.
Since the mid-March 2018 release of Nintendo Switch firmware 5.0.0 there has been a lot of questions and postings about Switch bricking. The issue is centered around third party docks, not chargers or power banks. Check out my FAQ on the issue to separate facts from bad information.