Corbin Davenport / How-To Geek
The Nintendo Switch is a fantastic handheld console, and even though it’s not as feature-packed as a gaming PC (or even some other consoles), there are a few helpful features you might not know about.
The Nintendo Switch has a USB Type-C port on the bottom of the console, mostly intended for charging and connecting to the included TV dock. However, the port also works with many USB Type-C accessories, and even some USB Type-A devices with the proper adapter. The dock has its own full-size USB ports, but you don’t have to dock the Switch to try USB accessories.
You can use most USB Ethernet adapters with the Switch, which can be handy in situations where a Wi-Fi connection is unreliable. Nintendo included an Ethernet port on the dock included with the OLED Switch, and you can get the same experience on other docks (or in handheld mode) over USB.
USB keyboards are also supported, which can be used for typing text instead of the on-screen keyboard in many games…
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