The best Nintendo Switch gaming setup at home
You can use your Nintendo Switch both at home and on the go. Whether you're playing comfortably on the couch at home on your own, or competing with your friends, the Switch can go either way. Put the console in the included docking station and play on your television. Choose a 'regular' Nintendo Switch, because you can't connect a Nintendo Switch Lite to a television.
The Nintendo Switch has a lot of games that you can play on the couch at home. Think of Mario Kart or Super Mario Party. Give a controller to your girlfriend, boyfriend, or brother and enjoy gaming together.
With an extra set of Joy-Cons or a Pro Controller, you can play on your Nintendo Switch with up to 4 players at the same time. It's great if you want to play Mario Kart with your friends at a party. In addition, you can click the Joy-Cons into the holder to turn them into one controller.
Chargers for your controllers
Make sure you're never without power. Just imagine: the moment you almost beat your friends in a game of Mario Party, your Joy-Con stops working. With a good charger, your controllers are always charged and you keep them neatly together.
With a storage capacity of 32GB, your Nintendo Switch might fill up quickly. That's why we recommend that you purchase an extra memory card with your console, so that you have enough space for all your games. Even if you mainly buy physical game copies, this is still useful. Many games use storage space for updates and save files. Choose an SD card with at least the following specifications:
- micro SD
- 100MB/s read speed
- 128GB storage capacity or more
At home, you play the best when you have a good television. That way you won't depend on the small built-in screen. Choose a television with the following features for a good experience:
- Up to 50ms response speed
- 4K resolution