Transparent Nintendo Switch case is a nod to the ’90s

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Kellen Beck

Gone are the days of Nintendo selling transparent consoles and controllers like the atomic purple Nintendo 64 controller or the fuchsia Game Boy Advance. Luckily, another company is picking up the slack.

Third-party manufacturer Myriann has created transparent replacement cases for the Nintendo Switch, allowing people to transform Nintendo’s latest console into a ’90s dream machine. Take a look:

Transparent Switch case

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Of course, installing the replacement cases will require a bit of screwdriving (and possibly some finagling). It’s not just a snap-off, snap-on situation. But if you really like the idea of having a transparent case on your Switch, the process isn’t too difficult. 

If transparency isn’t your thing, the company also has a variety of different solid colors to bring a little personality to your Switch.

But, for real, if you pick a solid color over transparent, you’re dead to me.

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