Master & Dynamic made a wireless version of its iconic MH40 headphones

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Beats Solo Pro review

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Google Assistant Helps Locate Objects with Tile Mate

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Beats’ Solo Pro headphones feature Pure ANC and always-on Siri

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Tap Strap 2 adds gesture control to any Bluetooth-enabled device

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Missing the detachable joy-cons? 8BitDo’s Lite controllers give you a near-Switch experience!

It’s barely been a month since the Switch Lite’s release and 8BitDo is already pushing out accessories that make it a great gaming console. In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past few weeks, Nintendo released the Switch Lite, a smaller, more economical, monolithic gaming console that allows more people to join Nintendo’s gaming ecosystem. However, its one-piece design may seem like a compromise for some. That’s where 8BitDo’s Lite comes in to fill the gap.

Designed to match the Switch Lite’s aesthetic perfectly, the Lite controller allows you to use a separate, detached joy-con with your Switch Lite. The Lite, however, doesn’t just stop there… the Bluetooth gaming controller even works across other platforms like Windows, Android, MacOS, and Steam, making it one adorable-yet-capable controller to rule them all. Plus, it even packs two D-Pads for NES and SNES games!

Designer: 8BitDo

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