There seems to be some commotion about what the inside of a Nintendo Switch dock looks like: as you can see, it’s pretty empty, aside from the relatively small circuit board. I don’t think PCB size is supposed to indicate value or anything, but that hasn’t stopped a large group of people from complaining about it. The peripheral doesn’t feel premium, they say, but did anyone really expect more out of Toytendo? The console comes with one, obviously, but if you travel a lot and want to bring another one with you, or simply want an extra one for the office etc., you’ll have to buy the standalone version. This item costs $90, or £80 in the UK, and it doesn’t feel like the components inside justify the price. The inside of the Nintendo Switch dock includes a single circuit board. It’s very small, tucked away in the corner, and handles everything the dock does. All connectors are attached to it, leaving the rest of the dock empty. There’s obviously the springs attached to the USB port inside, but the dock overall doesn’t have a premium feel to it.