The Nintendo Switch Pro is shaping up to be the must-have console of the year, especially if the latest leaks are anything to go by.

  According to a recent report on Spanish website Vandal, the Nintendo Switch Pro will make a handful of really useful improvements.

  For starters, the Nintendo Switch Pro will reportedly feature a flap on the back on the device, similar to the Microsoft Surface Pro (va Gamingbolt).

  Replacing the flimsy kickstand currently used on the Nintendo Switch, this should make the device much more stable when resting on a table.

  The dock will also be larger, and will feature an ethernet port for speedier internet connection, as well as a USB 3.0 port.

  The ports on the current dock can be a little awkward to access, while some fans have complained about scratched screens when putting the console into TV mode. Sounds like the Nintendo Switch Pro will make those improvements.

  Finally, while the console will be a similar size to the current model, the display will reportedly be a bit bigger.

  The suggestion is that Nintendo will remove (or at least reduce the size of) the bezels surrounding the screen.

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