Accessory Designer Bionik Shares New Products for the Switch

Bionik is bringing the heat to E3 when it comes to accessories for the Nintendo Switch! They will be on display at E3 this year from June 13th-15th (located in West Hall at Booth #5222), and the lineup of products will be available for demoing purposes on the show floor. They are really pushing the envelope for the new accessories.

The Switch Power Plate is a portable, multi-functional backup battery that is capable of fully recharging the Switch’s battery or both Joy-Con controllers more than three times over and costs $49.99. The Power Plate Duo comes with two battery kits that do the same thing and is $69.99.

The Lynx for Nintendo Switch is only $14.99 and is a highly durable, USB A to TYPE C cable that is six feet in length.

There’s also a nice quad Joy-Con charger that is only $24.99.

Bionik is also bringing a Giganet Adapter; this will run you $24.99 and fits in the back of the Switch’s dock. The adapter is a high speed USB 3.0 Ethernet adapter for those who want to hardline their Switch directly to their modem.

Then there is the Rapid Charge Kit for $24.99 which includes a detachable six foot long, tangle resistant cable.

It’s a huge lineup of accessories for your Nintendo Switch! Bionik will also have accessories for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles to show off at E3. There are some really nice ones. Check out the pictures down below to get a better idea.

The Giganet Ethernet Adapter.
The Tetra Joy-Con Charger.

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