Following in the footsteps of Microsoft's Xbox Adaptive controller, Japanese accessory manufacturer Hori has released its very own accessibility controller designed for the Nintendo Switch.
Introducing the Nintendo licensed "HORI Flex" Switch and joystick interface. As you can see, it's got all sorts of inputs, and can be wired to a Switch or Windows PC.
There's also a remapping app - allowing for up to six different configurations. Here's a closer look:
At the moment, this product is apparently limited to Japan, and is priced at around £180 / $230. If we hear about a release outside of this region, we'll be sure to let you know.