Human Things, a development brand out of Los Angeles, launched a Kickstarter today. Sounds normal so far, right? Except this is one Kickstarter that’s taken the world by storm because of what it is: a portable dock for the Nintendo Switch. Introducing the Genki Covert Dock, what is being touted as “the first-ever full-featured charger […]
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