If you own a Nintendo Switch, you are probably used to dealing with some minor gripes. Though the Switch is an awesome piece of hardware, a few things like the wonky kickstand and awkwardly placed charging port stick out in an otherwise unique and solid console. Another feature missing from the Switch that should be commonplace nowadays is the ability to connect Bluetooth devices such as headphones. Sure, the Switch has a standard headphone jack built-in, but many people have already gone full wireless and don’t have much use for it, or are forced to use an older, inferior pair they have laying around. Thankfully, gaming accessory company Bionik has you covered with the BT Audio Sync. Essentially, the Audio Sync is a nifty device that can either plug directly into your Switch, or into the dock via an adapter, and allows you to sync nearly any pair of Bluetooth headphones to the Switch. Though somewhat niche in nature, the Audio Sync will undoubtedly be quite useful if you use Bluetooth headphones as I do. 200w Led Flood For Monument Ing Marine Beacon Light The design of the Audio Sync is fairly barebones but is shaped so that it slots into the Switch nicely without adding too m...