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Anker Nintendo Switch Portable Charger Offers Official Nintendo Power

 |  |  |  July 13, 2018


As much as we love our gadgets, they depend on a never-ending supply of juice. They always run out, and you always have to charge them up. Nintendo’s Switch is no different. So it’s a good thing that Anker has a solution to keep your hybrid console juiced up.

The Anker PowerCore Nintendo Switch Portable Charger is the first Nintendo-certified portable Switch charger. Of course, since the Nintendo Switch charges via standard USB-C, you could use just about any power bank to keep it charged up, but Anker says that its PowerCore Nintendo Switch Edition is “optimized for flawless compatibility with Nintendo Switch” and besides, each battery pack is branded with the Nintendo Switch logo, making things official.

You can choose from 2 models: a PowerCore 20100 and a PowerCore 13400. The former delivers up to 15 hours of additional playtime per charge while the latter gives you 10 more hours. Both models can be fully recharged in as little as 3 hours, plus you can charge it while you are playing so it’s all good. As an added bonus both chargers are also compatible with iPhone X, iPhone 8, MacBook Pro and other mobile devices.

Yeah, it is basically just another battery pack but if you want one that is officially certified by Nintendo, this is the charger for you.

[via Polygon via MikeShouts]



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