Hey hey people. I am rather fresh owner of a Switch system. I can't say I am all glad - I been rather critical of the system as a home system before owning one myself, and owning one does not change it much. What I am interested still, now owning one and knowing it's VERY quickly draining battery life for myself, I want to be prepared in the future. I personally got a USB to 3DS charging cable so I can charge it from power banks and more conventional means, because the base charger is plugged to a charging stand in my home. Same thing mostly for Wii U gamepad - I once forgot the unique charger it has to friend's place and pain it was to not have it in my home, I got a 3M USB cable that I take around now instead. So for switch, I'd like to get a wall charger and maybe a power bank good enough to charge it while playing. It is kinda weird to me that nintendo opted to have a USB-C port on the switch, almost saying that use any ways you find to charge on the go - combined with the battery life it has, yet it seems to have very high requirements. I feel like if I was one of those new macbook owners or HP laptop owners those would be the best alternatives to nintendo's own charger but sadly I don't own one. I was thinking of buying a QuickCharge 2.0 or a 2.1A wall charger, and a 10000MaH power bank with 2.1A output. So Rambling aside: If anyone has found out, what seem to be Requirements of Switch charging (while playing it) - or does it change from the load the system is under (that is, what game you are playing) And is there currently at least some recommendations among the nerdy of us that have tested it out? Because I do not live in UK or US I am not exactly able to get the same products as some people, or the power banks recommended by digital foundry - not at least as cheaply as they could, so I would like to know what is needed etc. and get what I can find with right ratings.