Snakebyte, manufacturer of Nintendo Switch and NES Classic accessories, will showcase these items in the world's biggest technology show, the Consumer Electronics Show or CES. This will be held at Las Vegas, Nevada from Jan. 5 to 8. The said event showcases the different electronic gadgets invented or made within the year 2016. Among the gadgets to be exhibited will be the accessories for the Nintendo Switch and NES Classic consoles.
Nintendo Switch and NES Classic accessories will be made available to players soon. Among its major accessories are the Nintendo Foldable Headset and Nintendo Starter Kit as well as the power adapter and long extension cable for the Nintendo Switch and NES Classic respectively. All of these were made by a third party hardware and accessory manufacturer, Snakebyte. Nintendo Switch and NES Classic users will be able to purchase these items soon from Nintendo retailers, according to Polygon.
The Nintendo Foldable Headset and the Nintendo Starter Kit are intended to be used for the Nintendo Switch Console that will be released soon. The Nintendo Foldable Headset has drivers measuring 40mm and it can be folded when traveling. On the other hand, the Nintendo Starter Kit includes a bag in which to carry the kit, stereo ear buds, screen protector, cleaning cloth and control caps and game cases, according to Tech Plz.
For NES Classic players, Snakebyte has made available an adapter that will allow the user to plug the device to an outlet anywhere using the USB power of NES Classic. An extension cord was added and this time, it is 9.8 feet long. This will make it possible for gamers to use their device outdoors while it is plugged in an indoor outlet. People taking a vacation or traveling can still enjoy gaming wherever they are, according to International Business Times.
Nintendo Switch and NES Classic fans are expected to flock to the stores to purchase these items considering how sales increased for NES Classic in the past month. Likewise, the Nintendo Switch has been one of the most awaited gadgets for 2017 and it is expected that supplies will be grabbed as soon as they hit the store shelves.