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There are plenty of themed Switch cases in the wild, and some of them are pretty schmick. But if you'd like something that's a little more tasteful, these might be up your alley.


The Nintendo Switch has been out for a little over a week now, which is ample time to run out of games to buy and start looking for extra accessories. Here are some of these cases, stands and accessories I've been using with my new hybrid gaming system.


I must admit that I am guilty of the laziest of gaming crimes — taking one game out of the console and putting it back in the new game's case. It's led to some serious nightmare scenarios, but nothing as complicated as director Dan DeStefano's short film, Misplaced.


If you, like me, recently dropped a couple hundred bucks on a 3DS XL, you probably have thought about picking up a case to keep it safe. The challenge is finding a case that is even remotely acceptable. For some reason, the majority of non-Nintendo-made 3DS accessories are poorly-made hunks of junk, a problem is compounded by the fact that there just aren't that many accessories out there for the relatively new XL.


From CTA Digital, the Brooklyn idea factory known for bowling ball Wii peripherals and other strangely useful oddities, comes this is a handy carrying case for a full Xbox 360 — with Kinect. It doesn't make packing up any easier but it does make transportation a little more convenient.


Most laptop fans will have heard of GelaSkins, protective/decorative covers that can be stuck and unstuck to your favourite gadgets with extreme ease. Now GelaSkins has just announced that they'll begin selling DS and PSP cases as well. For $US 20 a pop, the covers aren't super cheap, but they really are well-printed with very rich colours. Also of note: PSP and DS GelaSkins include clear screen protectors and PSP versions include matchy-matchy seamless wallpaper. Oooooh! Fancy! More shots after the jump: