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Cyber Gadget Goes Pastel With Its Mini Switch Controllers

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Cyber Gadget will be releasing new wireless mini Nintendo Switch Lite and Nintendo Switch controllers on March 20, 2020. The controllers will be available as either a single controller or in a set of two. Additionally, they’ll come in different pink and green color schemes. [Thanks, Game Watch!]

The controllers are compact in size, which fits the Nintendo Switch Lite’s smaller, more portable size. Additionally, they’ll feature motion control along with wired and wireless options. Measuring in at 114mm x 76 mm (~4.5 in. x 3 in.) in size, you can easily throw these controllers in your bag for on-the-go gaming. You can also give younger players a more child-friendly sized controller to game with.

Each controller will come with a one meter (3 ft.) USB-A to USB-C charging cable. These controllers can also be plugged into the Switch, Windows PCs, and Retro Freak consoles.

Additionally, you can also activate the controller’s bluetooth features to play wirelessly. Doing so will draw on the controller’s rechargeable battery. Currently, Cyber Gadget hasn’t provided information on how long the controllers will last on one charge.

Furthermore, these mini Switch controllers will be available in four sets of colors: pink x white, white x pink, light green x cream, and cream x light green. Here’s a look at each of the controllers in all of their pastel glory, including a link to their pages on Amazon Japan.

Cyber Gadget’s controllers are currently available for preorder via Amazon Japan. Please note that Amazon Japan does provide international shipping on many of its items, including video games and accessories.

You can pick up CYBER Gadget’s new wireless Switch controllers on March 20, 2020. A single controller will cost ¥3,480 (~$32.55), excluding tax and shipping . A set of two will cost ¥5,980 (~$56). 

 

Mercedez Clewis
Mercedez is a Japanese to English translator and a glasses-wearing, cardigan-loving gamer with a passion for visual novels, Etrian Odyssey, and peaches. She'll be covering Japanese gaming news on the reg.