One Switch Lite and a Switch OLED later, the rumored Switch Pro is still not in sight. And it probably won’t happen. But you can have your Switch Pro fix by dressing up your Steam Deck as a Switch. How? Well, the dbrand SwithDeck Skin and Case for Steam Deck will let you do just that.

dbrand SwitchDeck Skin and Case for Steam Deck

dbrand SwitchDeck Skin and Case for Steam Deck will be fun because since it is clear that the Steam Deck is way more powerful than Switch and getting it all dressed up like a Switch certainly make your Steam Deck feels like a Switch Pro. The only downside I see is that will not get to enjoy some of Nintendo’s exclusive titles.

I think if you want more fun and a more “accurate” look of a possible Switch Pro, the Skin version is the way to go because, in addition to the obvious red and blue sticker for the control/grip on either side, the back skin appears to have a potential copyright infringing Nintendo Switch logo. LoL!

dbrand SwitchDeck Skin and Case for Steam Deck

However, if protection is also a priority, the case would be a no-brainer. The case, cheekily called Killswitch Case, offers military-grade impact protection, along with “revolutionary” grips and tactile buttons while offering access to the port as well as original buttons (where they do not have an integrated interface), and a built-in kickstand.

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If you are down (and why you wouldn’t???), you may pick up the dbrand SwitchDeck Skin and Case for Steam Deck from dbrand.com for US$49.95 and US$59.95 (discounted price, U.P. US$64.90), respectively.

dbrand SwitchDeck Skin and Case for Steam Deck
dbrand SwitchDeck Skin and Case for Steam Deck
dbrand SwitchDeck Skin and Case for Steam Deck
dbrand SwitchDeck Skin and Case for Steam Deck

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