While most modern smartphones offer Qi wireless charging these days, handheld game consoles like the Nintendo Switch still require replenishment via the trusty USB-C cable.
However, one inventive hacker wasn’t prepared to be tethered and has added wireless charging to a Nintendo Switch Lite with the aid of a few affordable parts.
As depicted on the Robotanv YouTube channel, the mod looks almost too easy and can be performed with the aid of around £10-worth of extra parts.
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