Here's a Nintendo Switch Keyboard Controller to Use For Dragon Quest X

Here's a Nintendo Switch Keyboard Controller to Use For Dragon Quest X

It actually looks pretty nice!

Dragon Quest X is bringing the MMORPG expereince to the Nintendo Switch in Japan this September, and peripheral maker Cyber Gadget is gearing up to fill the Switch's keyboard void with a new attachment for the Joy-Cons.

Dragon Quest X

This Nintendo Switch keyboard peripheral has been making the rounds this weekend on social media, and for all intents and purposes looks pretty snazzy! Granted there was a similar peripheral for the GameCube, though the less we say about that the better.

The keyboard will be sold separately from the Joy-Cons and is just one of several different keyboard attachments coming out for the Switch in anticipation of the Dragon Quest X launch. I will say, that having it attachable to the Joy-Cons is a big plus over Hori's USB attached keyboard, which requires players to use the Joy-Cons separately from the keyboard. I imagine picking up and putting down Joy-Cons each time you want to type will get old fast.

Then again, I also can't imagine how comfortable the Cyber Gadget keyboard will be either. It is apparently very light, weighing in at 250 grams.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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