Nintendo Switch Accessories Announced by Third-Party Company

Snakebyte announces a range of Switch and NES Classic accessories.

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Consumer electronics company Snakebyte has announced a line of Nintendo Switch and NES Classic Edition accessories, which are scheduled to go on sale this spring.

Starting with the Switch accessories, one of these is a headset that features a 40mm drivers that Snakebyte says will provide "crisp, clear gaming audio." Another item is what's being called the Nintendo Switch Starter Kit. This comes with a carrying bag for the system, stereo earbuds, a cleaning cloth, a screen protector, game cases, and more. Here's an image of all of this:

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As for the NES Classic accessories, Snakebyte is coming out with a power adapter. The system is normally powered by USB, but you may not always have access to that. The Snakebyte adapter lets you plug the system into any standard power outlet.

Snakebyte is also releasing an extension cable for the NES Classic's gamepad cable, which many remarked was too short. Snakebyte's extender adds 9.8 feet, according to a press release.

"Nintendo has a tradition of honoring the past while forging a bold future, and with the release of the NES Classic Edition as well as the forthcoming Switch, we believe that gamers everywhere will respond positively to the new hardware Nintendo are introducing," Snakebyte CEO Nick Repenning said.

"We expect our range of Switch accessories to be high quality and thoughtfully designed, ideal for a day one purchase alongside new console sales. We believe that the new products announced today will allow us to continue growing market share in our gaming hardware business and look forward to sharing further details soon."

Pricing was not announced for any of Snakebyte's Switch and NES Classic accessories.

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The Switch goes on sale in March. Nintendo will announce the system's price and launch lineup, and provide more details on its specs, during a briefing scheduled for January 12. As for the NES Classic, the hard-to-find system remains sold out basically everywhere.

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