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Yes, the neon set is opposite of the neon console. Console is blue L and red R whereas the neon Joy-Con set is red L and blue R. So you'll have a complete set of both colors if you have the neon console and Joy-Con set.
Hylirica
· January 28, 2017
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EDIT: They do, infact, come with two black wrist straps as pictured on the box.
I too am wondering this, everywhere I've checked doesn't explicitly state whether the straps are or aren't included. I can only assume since they are, in fact, pictured on the box that they do come inside. I ordered these as well as a set … see more
EDIT: They do, infact, come with two black wrist straps as pictured on the box.
I too am wondering this, everywhere I've checked doesn't explicitly state whether the straps are or aren't included. I can only assume since they are, in fact, pictured on the box that they do come inside. I ordered these as well as a set of blue straps just in case my assumption is wrong. I guess we won't know until either more information about it comes out from Nintendo or some reseller or on March 3 when people can confirm or deny it when they receive theirs. see less
EDIT: They do, infact, come with two black wrist straps as pictured on the box.
I too am wondering this, everywhere I've checked doesn't explicitly state whether the straps are or aren't included. I can only assume since they are, in fact, pictured on the box that they do come inside. I ordered these as well as a set of blue straps just in case my assumption is wrong. I guess we won't know until either more information about it comes out from Nintendo or some reseller or on March 3 when people can confirm or deny it when they receive theirs.

gnarlynick
· January 25, 2017
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MSRP is listed on the Nintendo website: any pair of Joy-Cons can be purchased there for $80, (including the neon yellow) whereas the gray ones can be purchased singly for $50. Excluding the neon yellow, the prices listed here are all less than that. So the answer to your question is quite simply: they’re expensive beca… see more MSRP is listed on the Nintendo website: any pair of Joy-Cons can be purchased there for $80, (including the neon yellow) whereas the gray ones can be purchased singly for $50. Excluding the neon yellow, the prices listed here are all less than that. So the answer to your question is quite simply: they’re expensive because Nintendo wants them to be expensive; if you’ll recall, the Wii controllers sold for $40 for an incredibly long time, too. (And I would hazard a guess that the neon yellows are only above MSRP due to a random shortage of supply, which will likely correct itself very quickly.) see less MSRP is listed on the Nintendo website: any pair of Joy-Cons can be purchased there for $80, (including the neon yellow) whereas the gray ones can be purchased singly for $50. Excluding the neon yellow, the prices listed here are all less than that. So the answer to your question is quite simply: they’re expensive because Nintendo wants them to be expensive; if you’ll recall, the Wii controllers sold for $40 for an incredibly long time, too. (And I would hazard a guess that the neon yellows are only above MSRP due to a random shortage of supply, which will likely correct itself very quickly.)
zarmanto
· August 16, 2018
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As others wrote, they will charge when attached to the system, and there is also a 4-joycon charging dock available if you want to charge them seperately from the system.
Grant Dotter
· February 11, 2017
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While it is likely third parties will make an adapter (and they are bluetooth so there are probably hacky ways to make them work on a PC), they do not have any cable connections and can't be plugged in to a PC or anything else for that matter (They charge while attached to the system, not by a USB cable). The Pro Contr… see more While it is likely third parties will make an adapter (and they are bluetooth so there are probably hacky ways to make them work on a PC), they do not have any cable connections and can't be plugged in to a PC or anything else for that matter (They charge while attached to the system, not by a USB cable). The Pro Controller, however, does use a USB cable for charging. There was a third party adapter for the Wii U Pro Controller (my favorite traditional style controller, way better than xbox controller) for PC so its likely only a matter of time. see less While it is likely third parties will make an adapter (and they are bluetooth so there are probably hacky ways to make them work on a PC), they do not have any cable connections and can't be plugged in to a PC or anything else for that matter (They charge while attached to the system, not by a USB cable). The Pro Controller, however, does use a USB cable for charging. There was a third party adapter for the Wii U Pro Controller (my favorite traditional style controller, way better than xbox controller) for PC so its likely only a matter of time.
Grant Dotter
· February 11, 2017
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These do not come with a Joy Con grip. Grips must be purchased separately; there are no sets of the two together currently.
weSellEverything
Seller · March 6, 2017
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If you encounter problems with your left joycon, follow the steps below:

Move the Switch out from the shelf and out into the open. The Bluetooth waves need room to stretch, so give your console some room away from clutter … see more
If you encounter problems with your left joycon, follow the steps below:

Move the Switch out from the shelf and out into the open. The Bluetooth waves need room to stretch, so give your console some room away from clutter

Other wireless devices will interfere with your Joycon controllers. Even your router. Maintain a distance of 5 to 8 feet between the dock and other wireless devices.

Use a small amount of compressed air below your joystick. Dust and dirt can affect your controls, but BE GENTLE with the can. Spray a short light burst, rotate the stick clockwise three times, then spray a second time to clear hanging debris.


After that, if you need to, do a control stick calibration test as well as manually update the controller firmware in your settings see less
If you encounter problems with your left joycon, follow the steps below:

Move the Switch out from the shelf and out into the open. The Bluetooth waves need room to stretch, so give your console some room away from clutter

Other wireless devices will interfere with your Joycon controllers. Even your router. Maintain a distance of 5 to 8 feet between the dock and other wireless devices.

Use a small amount of compressed air below your joystick. Dust and dirt can affect your controls, but BE GENTLE with the can. Spray a short light burst, rotate the stick clockwise three times, then spray a second time to clear hanging debris.


After that, if you need to, do a control stick calibration test as well as manually update the controller firmware in your settings

Lyle L.
· March 23, 2019
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It does not come with the grip, but it does contain two wriststraps, one for each joycon.
Connor Boyer
· May 11, 2018
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Yes if the game supports 4 player local multiplayer. The game must only use half of the JoyCon pair for each player, which most multiplayer games seem to be doing since every customer will then have two controllers out of the box.
For example Snipperclips supports 4 (http://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/snipperclips-s… see more
Yes if the game supports 4 player local multiplayer. The game must only use half of the JoyCon pair for each player, which most multiplayer games seem to be doing since every customer will then have two controllers out of the box.
For example Snipperclips supports 4 (http://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/snipperclips-switch#game-details)
It gets complicated when you talk about the different modes (TV, Table Top, Handheld Mode).
For example Mario Kart 8 Deluxe supports up to 4 players in TV mode. Since the game is not released and Nintendo is tight lip on details I have not found any information if you will be able to play 4 player in Tabletop mode. Since the screen is only 720p and will be running with less processing power (to reduce battery life) I doubt it will support 4. Since each time you split the screen, which you have to do for a game like Mario Kart 8, it will take more processing power to draw each part. It might support 2 or only 1 person per Switch console when not in TV mode. If you only will use TV mode for local multiplayer you can ignore these details. see less
Yes if the game supports 4 player local multiplayer. The game must only use half of the JoyCon pair for each player, which most multiplayer games seem to be doing since every customer will then have two controllers out of the box.
For example Snipperclips supports 4 (http://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/snipperclips-switch#game-details)
It gets complicated when you talk about the different modes (TV, Table Top, Handheld Mode).
For example Mario Kart 8 Deluxe supports up to 4 players in TV mode. Since the game is not released and Nintendo is tight lip on details I have not found any information if you will be able to play 4 player in Tabletop mode. Since the screen is only 720p and will be running with less processing power (to reduce battery life) I doubt it will support 4. Since each time you split the screen, which you have to do for a game like Mario Kart 8, it will take more processing power to draw each part. It might support 2 or only 1 person per Switch console when not in TV mode. If you only will use TV mode for local multiplayer you can ignore these details.

Daniel D. Cruver
· March 7, 2017
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So a nice way of saying "we are scalpers" lol thank you for the answer.
Meredith
· July 6, 2017